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Title Killer Hurricanes / Director: Twinch, Oliver
Published Australia : SBS [broadcaster], 2018 June 20 at 20:30:00
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2017
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Description 1 streaming video file (45 min. 26 sec.) ; 262565496 bytes
Summary Hurricanes are one of the most powerful forces in nature, capable of causing immense devastation. Inextricably linked to death and destruction, millions of people are threatened by hurricanes every year. To try and help predict what will happen in the future, as our climate changes, scientists are turning to the past for clues, and unearthing new evidence on the deadliest hurricane strike in history: the Great Hurricane of 1780
Notes Closed captioning in English
Classification PG ACMA
Subject Climatic changes -- Social aspects.
Documentary television programs.
Hurricanes -- Mathematical models.
Hurricanes -- Social aspects.
Natural disasters.
Caribbean Area.
Genre/Form Documentary
Form Streaming video
Author Twinch, Oliver, director
Bazeley, Mark, actor