Geography Videos

The boat’s dinghy enhanced the trip by allowing the crew to have great fun to access and reach the most incredible places. Without the highly functional davits, it would be hard work launching and retrieving the tender. Simply, un-tie two lines to easily lower or raise. The process is stunningly quick compared to the labour-intensive alternatives. How do you waste your time and efforts by faffing around? Read more →

Can you make positive things happen? Or, are you restricted by circumstances? How can you improve the quality of life and the environment? Action and commitment from local people who care about their environment and others improves the quality of life. What positive actions and commitments can individuals take to help them self and others? Is it possible to overcome the restrictions of families, local communities, or the culture of the wider society? Read more →

Sailing through on a spring tide is very exhilarating. The yacht moves through the narrow stretch of water with such speed that it carries with it anything that happens to be caught up in the water. Such as seals cruising on their backs through the eddies either for the ride or catching the fish that are thrown up by the fast-moving water. Videos of sailing Outer Hebrides, Minch, and Skye. Read more →

Hydrologic Water Cycle Geography Videos

Oceans, lakes, and rivers cover over 70% of the earth’s surface. Evaporation moves water from the surface into the air as vapour. Clouds may form. Rain and snow carry water back to the surface. The process is called the hydrological or water cycle. Use your words to define and describe this. How and where people live is determined by their water supply. Assess a globe and a world map to consider the implications. Explain how lack of water for home, industry, and farming is an important issue. Evaluate sustainability and the management of water supplies to communities may create tensions. Read more →

Earth has been recycling liquid water, as solid ice, or as a gas vapour for billions of years. When you drink a glass of water, think who may have tasted it before you. A polar bear, a brontosaurus, a Viking, farm animals, or an ancient city dweller? Water Cycle The water hydrolic cycle describes the circulation of the planet’s water. Read more →

As Ten Pound Poms,’ (Prisoner of Mother England) they landed in Freemantle in 1967. They emigrated from England as part of the Australian governments scheme to encourage people to move to the continent. Pam video tells her story of how they worked hard to make their move successful. Read more →

Simon Cherriman Australian Conservationist

As a leading practitioner in preserving ornithology, flora, fauna and the ecology in the outback, he is exceptionally well qualified. With a first class honours degree in environmental science and a master in film making, Simon has produced a range of media illustrating his import work. Read more →

Morecambe Bay in Lancashire and Cumbria is a vast natural habitat for many species. Surrounding the bay are towns and communities that may cause envirorrmental damage to this delicate eco-system. This production records the Bay Eco System. BES is an ongoing project to film the ecology and geography of Morecambe Bay by Eddy Jackson MBE, a Lancaster video producer and digital journalist. Read more →