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Title Coast: Rivers and Seas Collide - Series 8, Ep 4 of 6 / Director: Crawford, Rowan
Published Australia : SBS ONE, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (streaming video file) (59 min. 12 sec.) ; 357493188 bytes
Series Coast ; Series 8, Episode 4
Summary The new series of Coast continues with a journey around the great estuaries of Britain where 20 million people live, and a dazzling variety of animals thrive. The team visit the most dramatic waterways to discover surprising stories that emerge where rivers and seas collide. Nick Crane explores the wealth of wildlife and industry that are attracted to the Firth of Forth, the mighty estuary that feeds Edinburgh. To reveal the secrets that made this coastline famous for salt production Nick must answer a deceptively tricky question that intrigues children and baffles adults: Why is the sea salty? (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC
Event Broadcast 2013-11-01 at 19:30:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Estuaries -- Environmental aspects.
Fish hatcheries -- Management.
Fishes -- Conservation.
Seawater -- Analysis.
Water quality management.
United Kingdom.
Form Streaming video
Author Crawford, Rowan, director
Davis, F. Daniel, director
Mair, James, director
Sharman, Dick, director
Crane, Nicholas, host
Dunlop, Tessa, host
Horton, Mark, host
Krestovnikoff, Miranda, host
Boxall, Simon, contributor
Hayward, Alan, contributor
Jenkins, Leighton, contributor
Joslin, Joz, contributor
Kindness, Bob, contributor
Simmonds, Chris, contributor
Tabor, June, contributor