This weeks documentary is following up on a post I made earlier, where I showed some Bathymetry images HERE
This one is from Discovery Channel, and is called “Drain the Ocean”, and shows some very nice images of what the seafloor looks like, and some of the amazing creatures down there. It also helps illustrate why I think we should investigate the ocean before we go into space.
So, I have linked a couple of documentaries in this series, How the Earth made us, the Deep, and Water. This week the documentary is about how fire and heat from within the earth has shaped our societies
The documentary today is part of a series from the BBC, called Nature’s Microworlds, and the series is about some of the most interesting ecosystems in the world, and the interactions between the organisms which inhabit them.
I have chosen to show this because it helps to show what interests me about environmental biology, and a little bit about how I see the natural world. There are other episodes in the series, covering the Serengeti,
A second video this week (only a short one) from the awesome Symphony of Science, which also expands the same view to a cosmic scale!