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Tibet: The Ice Mother

Synopsis
Looks at the attempts of scientists to figure out why the earth, a warm place for 200 million years, started to cool, until ice sheets covered Europe and North America to a depth of a mile. They have found that the answer is part of a much larger story, one that may connect the movement of whole continents with the evolution of humans.
Series
Horizon, Series
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. 50 min.
Year of production
1995
Availability
Sale; 2000 sale: £99.00 (+VAT +p&p)
Notes
Broadcast on BBC2 on 9 Jan 1995.
Subjects
Geology
Keywords
ice ages; palaeogeography; plate tectonics

Credits

Producer
David Malone; David Paterson
Contributor
John Lynch

Production Company

Name

BBC Television

Distributor

Name

BBC Active Video for Learning

Contact
Carolina Fernandez Jeremy Wilcox (CF - for educational enquiries JW - channel sales manager)
Email
bbcactivevideoforlearning@pearson.com
Web
http://www.bbcactivevideoforlearning.com/ External site opens in new window
Phone
020 7010 2751 or 2760
Fax
020 7010 6965
Address
Mezzanine
80 Strand
London
WC2R 0RL
Notes
BBC Active is a joint venture between BBC Worldwide and Pearson Education. Formerly known as ‘BBC Worldwide Learning Studies’ and before that as ‘Videos for Education & Training’

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