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Curriculum Library 2014

Educational videos for Secondary Schools

Geography


Welcome to the geography section of the Curriculum Library catalogue The following pages detail the geography programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles coming soon. We’ve included extra information such as Australian Curriculum links and term update info. We hope that your school will enjoy the significant advancement in quality of our latest programs. Each new release now aligns to the Australian Curriculum, with an age level to suit the intended year group audience. All are HD 1080p quality, equipped with lesson-enhancing additional resources and closed captions. We’ve taken a lot of care to ensure we meet the biggest educational resource needs of Australian schools. Some of our new series include exclusive teaching resources that equip teachers with the perfect match of visual material for their lesson requirements. The Curriculum Library constantly evolves thanks to new content updates every term. Look out for exclusive titles coming soon over the next 12 months. Many thanks, Evan Clark ClickView Founder and CEO

What else is in the Curriculum Library?

Catalogue Key

Titles per subject Arts

39

Physical Education

89 29

Careers

101

Psychology

Economics and Business

111

Religion

7

64

Science

365

English Geography History Languages

109 82 5

Society and Culture

53

Study Skills

15

Teacher Professional Dev.

27

Legal Studies

32

Technologies

Mathematics

44

VET

139

Total

Personal Dev. and Health

New titles available every term

267 49 1627

Mapped to the Australian Curriculum

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Term Update T414 indicates that the title was included in the Term 4 2014 update AR - Additional Resources Student activities and support notes to assist teachers Australian Curriculum Curriculum code as per ACARA

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Video quality up to 1080p


Geography ClickView’s picks

Australia’s Diverse Environments Natural and Human

Australia’s Role in the Asia-Pacific Region

This program explores Australia’s natural and man-made environments: the Great Dividing Range, the Great Barrier Reef, the Kakadu National Park, Uluru, Murray-Darling Basin, the Twelve Apostles, as well as Australia’s most significant urban environments, Canberra and Sydney.

The Asia-Pacific region is identified by the location of nations bordering on or within the Pacific Ocean. This program explores the geographic and economic characteristics of nations in this region, and delves into Australia’s role in the region, with regards to aid, foreign policy, trade, immigration and tourism.

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2010 | 21 min | Australia | AR | T211

2010 | 17 min | Australia | AR | T111

2008 | 20 min | Australia | AR | T408

Deserts - Global Environments

Natural Hazards

Ethical Tourism (Updated)

This video provides a comprehensive insight into deserts around the world, delving into reasons for its existence, the climate, physical characteristics and processes occurring within them. It also contains an examination of human life in deserts and the impact of humans on desert ecosystems.

Drought in Australia

This video discusses ethical tourism practices, its benefits and costs for host communities, businesses and travellers. It is an excellent resource that contains interviews with subject specialists, as well as organisations such as Tourism Concern and Tribal Travel.

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2012 | 18 min | Australia | AR | T412

2012 | 20 min | Australia | T412

2012 | 31 min | UK | AR | T313

Floods can devastate, yet can help sustain life in ecosystems. At the other end of the spectrum, drought is a constant challenge for Australia; somewhere in Australia is likely suffering drought at this moment. In this series we look at causes and consequences of drought and floods in both Australia and worldwide.

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Climate Change: Our Responsibility The emission of greenhouse gases and global warming is an important and often contentious issue. This program presents an assessment of whether or not global warming is taking place by considering both sides of the debate, and facts from developed and developing countries.


Geographers in the Field

Global Food Equity

Industrial and Sustainable Farming

This program presents a detailed insight into the processes involved in undertaking a fieldwork study in geography. The video also outlines the different types of fieldwork, considers ways of presenting findings, and fosters a sense of active citizenship in students.

This program breaks down the different areas of food, from the availability and distribution, to why some people have more than others. Leading health experts at Oxfam and the Red Cross discuss why food inequity occurs, and what’s being done to address the problem.

This video examines the issues faced by the farming industry today. It explores environmental issues caused by industrial farming practices, and assesses the advantages and disadvantages of using sustainable alternatives, supported by interviews with farmers and experts in the field.

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2009 | 33 min | Australia | AR | T209

2012 | 20 min | Australia | AR | T212

2012 | 22 min | Australia | AR | T412

Is Australia’s Population Growth Sustainable?

Population Geography

Rotorua - A Case Study in Sustainable Tourism

This program examines Australia’s population, which is growing faster than the world average. This video explores the critical issues that need to be considered, such as the availability of food, water, energy and sustainable living, as well as possible policy solutions to deal with Australia’s growing population.

This program explores the study of population geography to understand the world we live in, and work towards harmony with the planet. This video also delves into how population trends eventuate through birth and death rates, as well as the effect of social values on population growth.

Rotorua is a popular tourist destination in New Zealand that attracts around four million visitors every year. This program examines the Rotorua tourism industry; its economic, social and environmental impacts; and explores ways to make tourism sustainable. It features interviews from a range of tourism businesses.

ACHGK056, ACHGK059, ACHGK058

ACHGK064, ACHGS049

ACHGK049, ACHGK052, ACHGK069

2010 | 18 min | Australia | AR | T311

2009 | 28 min | Australia | AR | T409

2012 | 24 min | Australia | AR | T113

Coming Soon The Christchurch Earthquake A Case Study This video explores earthquakes through examining the earthquake that struck Christchurch in February 2011. The first part of the video focuses on the Earth’s structure and seismic events, while the second part contains accounts from a range of stakeholders in responding to and recovering after the earthquake.

The Science of Pollution

Liveability

This program delves into questions about addressing pollution, while considering substances that pollute the environment. This video also explores the problem of pollution in developing countries, and steps that need to be taken to foster a sustainable future.

Migration in China

ACHGK053

2013 | 30 min | Australia | AR | T113

2009 | 33 min | Australia | AR | T409 4


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Air Pollution

This video examines an important issue faced around the world - air pollution. Through viewing this video, students will be able to define air pollution and discuss ways in which human activity contributes to this problem.

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Air, Water Vapour and Weather

This video explores the components that act together in generating the weather. Each of these components – solar radiation; heat absorption by the Earth’s surfaces; the effect of air pressure; and water, water vapour and latent heat – are analysed through lab exercises.

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Amazon Rainforest

This program traces the impact of oil exploration and development on a fragile ecosystem. Local Huaorani Indians speak about the impacts of First World development on their traditional culture. The video also explores ecologically sustainable alternatives.

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ACHGK070 ACHGK071

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Applying Environmental Science

This program follows a project where an entire tract of bushland is moved from one location to another. The issues explored include project planning, execution, completion and assessment; need for compromise and juggling the demands of time, money and politics; and factors involved in assessing a project’s success.

T305

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ACHGK070 ACHGK074

2002 AUS

Australia: An Ecological Profile

This beautiful video highlights the flora and fauna of a unique landscape, briefly explaining the concept of Gondwana in relation to Australia’s endemic species.

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ACHGK048

2000 AUS

Australian Relationships With Nature

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A Child’s Day: East Timor

This program portrays a day in the life of Cecilia, an 11-year-old East Timorese girl, who lives with her uncle and aunties so that she could attend school. Apart from studying in school, her chores are arduous, including washing and feeding her cousins, and collecting water and firewood.

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These programs explore how the human relationship with nature has changed over time. Starting with how first Australians learnt to live and farm sustainably, overcoming a barren and infertile land, through to more recent history, and how Australia’s relationship with nature has evolved with increased population. This series includes the following titles: Australian Relationships With Nature 1

T410

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ACHGK072 and more…

2010 AUS

Australian Relationships With Nature 2

T410

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ACHGK049 and more…

2010 AUS

Australian States and Territories

This program examines each state and territory in Australia, from its colonial history to the federation. The video also covers the physical geography, climate, weather patterns, land use and population density of each state.

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Australia’s Diverse Environments - Natural and Human

This program explores Australia’s natural and man-made environments: the Great Dividing Range, the Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu National Park, Uluru, Murray-Darling Basin, the Twelve Apostles, as well as Australia’s most significant urban environments, Canberra and Sydney.

T211

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ACHGK048 ACHGK070

2010 AUS

Australia’s Role in the AsiaPacific Region

The Asia-Pacific region is identified by the location of nations bordering on or within the Pacific Ocean. This program explores the geographic and economic characteristics of nations in this region, and delves into Australia’s role in the region, with regards to aid, foreign policy, trade, immigration and tourism.

T111

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ACHGK081 ACHGK078

2010 AUS

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ACHGK070

1996 AUS

Built Environment

This program provides an introductory overview of the nature of the built environment. It examines patterns on the landscape; rural and urban environments; inner, middle and outer suburbs; and effects on the natural landscape.

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ACHGK051

1993 AUS

Caring for a Catchment

This program looks at the impact of agriculture, urban planning, urban development and tourism on the Hawkesbury Nepean Basin. It also looks at ways to protect the catchments and rivers.

T305

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ACHGK051

1996 AUS

Change in Rural Australia People Adjusting Differently

This program examines the case study of Lithgow, which is a proud town with a strong heritage, learning to cope with national and global changes. The decline of coal and other manufacturing has contributed to hardships and difficulties, including unemployment as the community struggles to maintain its viability.

T305

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ACHGK056

1998 AUS

Changing Communities

This program on changing communities focuses on the changes that have occurred in the town of Korumburra and the reasons for these changes.

T106

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ACHGK056

2006 AUS

Climate Change

This program poses questions to foster discussion about climate change. It features expert opinions, statistics and historical references presenting both sides of the story, and ultimately asks how worried should we be and what can or should we do to avert climate change?

T408

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Climate Change: Our Responsibility

The emission of greenhouse gases and global warming is an important and often contentious issue. This program presents an assessment of whether or not global warming is taking place by considering both sides of the debate, and facts from developed and developing countries.

T408

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ACHGK070 ACHGK071

2008 AUS

Coastal Dunes

Coastal dunes are good examples of fragile ecosystems. This program explores dune ecology, the impact of human-induced change and the management of these ecosystems through coastal dune rehabilitation. It considers a range of case studies, including dunecare groups, high school student groups and Bitou bush control.

T305

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ACHGK073 ACHGK074

1996 AUS

Coastal Landforms and Management

This program looks at the ‘sand budget’ and erosion of rock, and explores the balance between natural and human forces at work on a beach. It examines a range of coastal issues, such as the effect of waves on a beach, erosion and storm damage.

T305

20

ACHGK073 ACHGK074

1987 AUS

Coastal Processes and Landforms

This program shows the processes shaping coastlines using case studies from the UK and Australia. The video addresses a range of questions on transformation of coastal landscapes and ways of protecting the coastline.

T305

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ACHGK050 ACHGK052

1994 AUS

Deserts - Global Environments

This video provides a comprehensive insight into deserts around the world, delving into reasons for its existence, the climate, physical characteristics and processes occurring within them. It also contains an examination of human life in deserts and the impact of humans on desert ecosystems.

T412

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ACHGK060

2012 AUS

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Australia’s Threatened Plants and Animals

This program is an introduction to some of Australia’s rare and threatened species. By exploring examples of fragile ecosystems, we define the links between biophysical environments and species diversity. The program also emphasises ecological management to outline what each species needs to survive.

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Eco Pioneers: A Case Study of Bega

This program focuses on the town of Bega on the south coast of NSW in its journey of becoming a sustainable community. The program covers the work of Clean Energy for Eternity during their journey into solar PV, wind power and the local council’s exploration of tidal energy.

T213

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ACHGK075 ACHGK071

2013 AUS

Ecotourism : What is It?

This program examines what does and does not constitute as ecotourism by examining case studies from Canada, North Queensland and Mexico. It also shows the changing expectations of tourists, and the effect on the environment, local communities and economies.

T305

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ACHGK069

1998 AUS

Environmental Impact Assessment

This program examines two environmental case studies – Shell Harbour and Jabiluka Uranium Mine. The plan at Shell Harbour is to convert it into a harbour for residential development, while the proposed Jabiluka mine would produce a tailings dam that could contaminate local water with radioactivity.

T305

23

ACHGK075 ACHGK070

1998 AUS

Ethical Tourism (Updated)

This video discusses ethical tourism practices, and its benefits and costs for host communities, business and travellers. It is an excellent resource that contains interviews with subject specialists, as well as organisations such as Tourism Concern and Tribal Travel.

T313

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ACHGK067

2012 UK

Factors Affecting Global Tourism

Tourism is a dynamic industry that is driven by a range of forces. This program examines the global forces taxonomy, which is a framework for categorising the factors affecting global tourism into three layers: the outer, middle and inner layer.

T113

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ACHGK069

2012 AUS

Fish Sustainability

The growth of Canada coincided with the growth and development of the fishing industry. Technology and capital allowed companies to expand and develop new methods of fishing. However, it also led to governments, communities and companies failing to recognise the vulnerability of this resource.

T305

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ACHGK063

1997 AUS

Fragile Ecosystems

The Pacific Islands of Palau contain some of the world’s most pristine coral reef ecosystems. The interaction between coral reefs, rainforests, intertidal wetlands and mangroves is explored. The Indigenous people of Palau are developing management strategies to preserve the reefs.

T305

25

ACHGK070

1995 AUS

Future Harvest: Case Studies in Sustainable Agriculture

This program gives valuable insight into the changes taking place in Australian agriculture to solve serious environmental problems.

T205

40

ACHGK064 ACHGK061

1998 AUS

Geographers in the Field

This program presents a detailed insight into the processes involved in undertaking a fieldwork study in geography. The video also outlines the different types of fieldwork, considers ways of presenting findings, and fosters a sense of active citizenship in students.

T209

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2009 AUS

Glaciers and Glaciation: A Frozen Key to Our Past and Future

This program explores the development of glaciers and its characteristics during different stages, including their movement, effect on mountain features and landforms, and their advancement and retreat. The importance of the water cycle to the build-up of ice and snow is also considered.

T305

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ACHGK050

2000 AUS

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This program explores the natural forces in our planet, and how and why earthquakes occur. It also examines the case of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, and the international response that followed.

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Earthquake Tsunami - Wave of Destruction

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Global Warming: You Can Make a Difference

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Global Food Equity

This program breaks down the different areas of food, from the availability and distribution, to why some people have more than others. Leading health experts at Oxfam and the Red Cross discuss why food inequity occurs, and what’s being done to address the problem.

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Global Connections

This program considers Australia’s connection with the rest of the world in three key areas: trade and travel, communications, and global organisations and agreements.

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2012 AUS

Global warming is an important and often contentious issue. This program argues that action should be taken at international and political levels, and addresses the question of what a person can do to reduce their ‘carbon footprint’ on the planet.

T306

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ACHGK070 ACHGK063 ACHGK051

2006 AUS

Growing Up in Modern Japan

This video explores modern Japan and its culture through the lives of two children, Eri and Raki. It contains insightful interviews with the children, their families, teachers and friends. The images of school, games, meals and homes present an opportunity for students to compare Japanese culture to their own.

T305

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Growth and Niche Markets in Tourism

Tourism has become very diverse in recent years with the growth of niche markets. This video explores some of them, including volunteer tourism, dark tourism, health and medical tourism and gastronomic tourism. It contains interviews from travellers, as well as a range of experts and professionals in the industry.

T113

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ACHGK067

2012 AUS

Health in the Developing World

This video explores three aspects of development that can have a positive impact: the provision of safe drinking water, the clearing of landmines and the introduction of micro-finance systems.

T404

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2001 AUS

Health Inequities in Australia

The life expectancy of Australia’s Indigenous population is significantly lower than that of the non-Indigenous population. This program examines factors that contribute to gaps in health outcomes, as well as the strategies used by Australia’s health services in an effort to bridge the gap.

T112

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ACHGK080

2011 AUS

How Many of Us? Australia’s Population Debate

This program examines the history of Australia’s population growth, and presents two leading advocates for a larger and a smaller population who discuss potential outcomes of current social policy.

T404

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ACHGK059 ACHGK058

2002 AUS

Impact of Development: A New Mine in Papua New Guinea

This program examines the changes brought about by the development of a billion-dollar gold mine to the Indigenous people of Porgera in Papua New Guinea. As the country looks increasingly to mineral resources for its future development, the people are concerned that traditional culture is giving way to Western culture.

T305

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ACHGK078

1993 AUS

Impacts of Tourism Economic, Environmental, Social, Cultural

Tourism is a diverse industry, particularly with the development of niche tourism. This program provides a comprehensive but clear definition of tourism, and explores the impacts of the industry in terms of economic, environmental, social and cultural sustainability.

T305

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ACHGK067 ACHGK065 ACHGK069

2001 AUS

In Focus: East Timor - A Case Study in International Aid

This program examines the aims, objectives and examples of aid work done by international aid organisations such as Oxfam Community Aid Abroad, IDSS, AusAID, the Salesian order and the Kiwanis.

T404

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ACHGK081 ACHGK078

2003 AUS

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Japan: An Introduction (Junior)

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Is Australia’s Population Growth Sustainable?

This program examines Australia’s population, which is growing faster than the world average. This video explores the critical issues that need to be considered, such as the availability of food, water, energy and sustainable living, as well as possible policy solutions to deal with Australia’s growing population.

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Industrial and Sustainable Farming

This video examines the issues faced by the farming industry today. It explores environmental issues caused by industrial farming practices, and assesses the advantages and disadvantages of using sustainable alternatives, supported by interviews with farmers and experts in the field.

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2012 AUS

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2010 AUS

This program considers various aspects of Japanese society, including economy, politics, technology, population, consumerism, exports and foreign policy.

T305

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Landmines - Cambodia Case Study (Senior)

This program uses the case study of Cambodia to consider landmines, and its impacts on individuals, communities, environment and the economy. This video aims to raise awareness about the serious problem of landmines in Cambodia, and practical ways of solving the problem at various levels.

T305

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Latitude and Longitude Where are We?

This program defines latitude and longitude, and explores how this global referencing system is applied. This video also examines great and small circles, finding locations, the relevance of zero latitude, and the purpose of defining the Equator as zero degrees latitude.

T305

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2002 AUS

Life in Vietnam

This program focuses on the lives of Vietnamese children. While all children go to school, some also go to work before or after school to support their families. This video also examines Vietnam’s history and culture, and how the society has been shaped by Chinese and Western influences.

T305

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2001 AUS

Living with Fire: Bushfires and Land Management in Australia

The positive and negative effects of fire on Australian ecosystems are debated in this program.

T105

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ACHGK053

2002 AUS

Location - Why Things Are Where They Are

The role of geographers has emerged from describing and mapping where things are located to explaining why they are located there. The program provides an introduction to the concept of location, and how it is significant in forming and transforming the built environment.

T305

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ACHGS060

2001 AUS

Managing a Coastal Ecosystem

Australia has a vast and diverse coastal ecosystem. This program uses the case study of Towra Point Nature and Marine Reserve to examine the biophysical environment and the challenges of managing a significant nature reserve, given that the Sydney Airport, container terminal and oil refinery all lie in close proximity.

T306

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ACHGK052 ACHGK071

2006 AUS

Managing Australia’s Coastal Resources

Australia has a vast and diverse coastal ecosystem. This program examines the formation of beaches, the range of habitats that are a part of the coast, impacts and threats to this ecosystem, and the levels of governance that shape the Australian coast.

T209

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ACHGK070 ACHGK073 ACHGK075

2005 AUS

Mapping Australia: Introducing Mapping Concepts

This program is a comprehensive guide to mapping principles, using Australasian examples that show how maps are made and used.

T404

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Minimum Impact: Take Only Photos, Leave Only Footprints

This program emphasises the message underpinning the maxim, “take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints”. It is necessary to minimise our impact when enjoying the outdoors.

T405

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Mining - From Exploration to Rehabilitation

This video tracks the mineral exploration flow chart, including a discussion of how mining companies search for deposits, identification of the four most common types of modern mining operations, an explanation of the froth flotation method of separating minerals from gangue, and the process of land rehabilitation.

T113

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Mining in Canada

The mining industry has developed significantly so that the vast majority of mining is carried out using giant machines, computers and space-age technology. However, mining image and reputation is also changing, as increasing attention is paid to sustainability.

T305

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ACHGK051

1997 AUS

Murray-Darling Basin

The Murray-Darling Basin is a vast fertile region in the south-east of New South Wales and the longest river system in the world. This program is an introduction to the basin, including statistics regarding river lengths, basin size, populations and human dependence on the Basin.

T305

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ACHGK061 ACHGK048 ACHGK061

1993 AUS

National Parks

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This program explores the important role different types of maps play in managing the impact of fire, how technology complements the use of paper maps, and what maps can do to help people protect threatened species.

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Mapping Environmental Disasters: Bushfire Threatened Species

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National Parks conserve the natural beauty of a region for present and future generations. However, what qualifies a place as a national park? In this excellent series, we examine some of the most well-known national parks, the history of the National Park movement, the growth and impact of tourism, and sources of conflict. This series includes the following titles: National Parks - Kakadu

T213

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ACHGK070 and more…

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National Parks - The Lake District

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ACHGK075 and more…

2013 AUS

National Parks - Yellowstone

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National Parks: A Case Study - Minnamurra Rainforest

John Dengate conducts a guided tour of the Minnamurra rainforest with a group of students. They examine unusual species and discuss a variety of environmental issues.

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ACHGK070 and more…

1994 AUS

Natural Disasters - Senior

This program examines four categories of natural disasters; fire, flood, volcano and earthquake. The nature, causes and effects of each of these disasters, and human responses to them are explored. The global distribution of earthquakes and volcanoes, and their relationship with the boundaries of the crustal plate are considered.

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ACHGK053

1999 AUS

Natural Hazards

Floods can devastate, yet help sustain life in ecosystems. At the other end of the spectrum, drought is a constant challenge for Australia; somewhere in Australia is likely suffering drought at this moment. In this series, we look at causes and consequences of drought and floods in Australia and worldwide. This series includes the following titles: Drought in Australia

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ACHGK039 and more…

2012 AUS

Floods - Carlisle Floods UK 2005: A Case Study

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ACHGK042 and more…

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Floods - Causes and Consequences of River Flooding

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Floods - Flood Management

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Floods - Queensland Floods 2011: A Case Study

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People of Porgera: 1984

This film depicts the life of the Porgera people in Papua New Guinea prior to the discovery of mineable gold. It shows a range of aspects from their lives, including courting ceremony, marriage, trade, judicial system and hopes for the future.

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ACHGK070

1997 AUS

Population and World Resources

This program examines how the world’s resources are consumed by populations at different levels of economic and technological development. It stresses the importance of ecological sustainability, and prompts students to think about the opportunities and obstacles surrounding the adoption of sustainable practices.

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2003 AUS

Population Geography

This program explores the study of population geography to understand the world we live in, and work towards harmony with the planet. This video also delves into how population trends eventuate through birth and death rates, as well as the effect of social values on population growth.

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2009 AUS

Population, Settlement and Change: A Study - Solomon Islands

This program examines population growth, urbanisation and Western influence in the Solomon Islands. It is the study of a traditional, subsistent rural society changing into an increasingly monetised urban society, which brings with it problems of environmental contamination, housing shortage and overcrowding.

T305

28

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1995 AUS

T306

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2006 AUS

Rainforests

This video is an excellent introduction to rainforests, providing information on their nature and structure, and the role of light, water, soils, fauna and vegetation in a rainforest. The video concludes with perspectives on logging rainforests, enabling viewers to develop informed opinions on the issue.

T305

21

Reclaiming Our Earth: Salinity Success Stories

This program provides two case studies of farms that have rehabilitated their salt-stricken land using a number of different methods and given hope to other communities around Australia.

T105

21

Recycling Processes: How is It Done, What Does It Save?

This program conveys the importance of recycling, and examines the processes involved in recycling paper, glass, aluminium, iron, concrete, oil and water.

T305

21

Refugees: Far From Home Junior Version

This video examines what it is like to be a refugee, why people become refugees, and what can be done by the community. Students will learn how to analyse their own and others’ values, and gain some understanding about the values of a socially just society.

T305

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2001 AUS

Refugees: Rebuilding Shattered Lives - Senior Version

This program is aimed at fostering a concern for the welfare, rights and dignity of all people by becoming aware of the circumstances which lead to refugee status, as well as the conditions of refugees.

T305

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2001 AUS

Australia’s diverse landscape and climate has always been subject

Preparing for and Living with to many environmental hazards. This program demonstrates how property can be protected, and lives saved with well-coordinated Natural Disasters disaster management plans.

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2002 AUS

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This program explores the landscapes and features along rivers, examining the processes that have shaped them over thousands of years. It covers the river’s source, erosion, transportation, deposition, drainage basins and patterns, flood plains, levees, terraces, meanders, sandstone, granite and limestone landforms.

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River Health: Caring for Our Waterways

Water from rivers is central to a range of purposes, including agriculture, biodiversity and water supply. This program examines our impact on rivers and river management, and considers ways of assessing river health.

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2005 AUS

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1996 AUS

This video explores the rock cycle, which is an important concept in geology. Through viewing this video, students will be able to explain the rock cycle and discuss its operation.

T214

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2013 AUS

Rotorua - A Case Study in Sustainable Tourism

Rotorua is a popular tourist destination in New Zealand that attracts around four million visitors every year. This program examines the Rotorua tourism industry; its economic, social and environmental impacts; and explores ways to make tourism sustainable. It features interviews from a range of tourism businesses.

T113

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2012 AUS

Rural-Urban Migration: Push and Pull Factors

This program focuses on the push-and-pull factors – push factors encourage people to move away from rural areas and the pull factors attract people to cities. However, cities also have their own push factors, such as the permeating nature of modern technology that encourages people to move back to rural areas.

T305

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2001 AUS

Simply Living: Towards a Sustainable Future

This video addresses considering answers relating to the question: What does ‘Sustainable Development’ mean? Should we be radically changing our lifestyles to be sustainable? Is there a compromise? What are the arguments for and against sustainability?

T404

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2003 AUS

Sustainable Agriculture: Managing Our Land for the Future

This video presents four case studies of sustainable agriculture: whole farm planning, landcare, permaculture, and inner city gardens.

T305

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1997 AUS

Sustainable Forestry

This program examines how land and resource use can be ecologically sustainable, especially in relation to forestry. A range of solutions are considered, emphasising forest conservation, the preservation of rare and endangered species, and the use and misuse of renewable resources.

T305

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1995 AUS

Sustainable Urban Living - A South American Case Study

Curitiba is known for its innovative ideas in sustainable urban management. This case study looks at the city’s initiatives and how these have benefited residents, including planning for parks and gardens, alleviating flooding and squatter settlements, garbage and recycling operations, and the environmental benefits.

T305

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2003 AUS

The Australian Farm Environment

This program explains and illustrates the inputs, outputs, processes and boundaries of farm systems, as well as factors affecting production.

T105

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2004 AUS

The Christchurch Earthquake - A Case Study

This video explores earthquakes through examining the earthquake that struck Christchurch in February 2011. The first part of the video focuses on the Earth’s structure and seismic events, while the second part contains accounts from a range of stakeholders in responding to and recovering after the earthquake.

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2013 AUS

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The Sherpas of Nepal: Their Changing Environment and Community

The Sherpas of Nepal live around the Everest region, trading wool and salt from Tibet for hides, dried potatoes and other foods. When the Chinese took over Tibet, the Sherpas had to look for other sources of revenue, subsequently trading more with India.

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ACHGK054

1998 AUS

The Use of Irrigation in the Murray-Darling Basin

Irrigation in the Murray-Darling basin is a significant contributor to Australia’s agricultural profits, though it contributes to salinity and degradation and biodiversity in the basin. This program examines the methods and development of irrigation of the basin, and outlines possible future developments.

T209

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2009 AUS

The World’s Water Crisis

This program looks at the world’s dwindling freshwater supply by considering how much freshwater there is on Earth, how much is locked in polar ice caps, and how much is available for consumption.

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Urban Development

This program examines urban development by considering the geographical processes involved, perceptions and responses of various groups, and the management and decision making required.

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2006 AUS

2005 AUS

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The Science of Pollution

This program delves into questions about addressing pollution, while considering substances that pollute the environment. This video also explores the problem of pollution in developing countries, and steps that need to be taken to foster a sustainable future.

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Urban Dynamics

This program lists the advantages and disadvantages of high urban density, and compares them to the environmental and economic issues associated with low urban density.

T106

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Vietnam: Impact of Aid - A Developing Nation

This program covers the Vietnamese government’s effort to double the living standards through a policy of reform known as Doi Moi. The role of aid agencies in providing fresh water, education and training is also discussed.

T305

30

ACHGK081

1995 AUS

Volcanoes - What Causes Volcanoes

This video contains a compilation of volcanic footage from around the world with explanations of what causes different types of volcanoes. The core concept addressed in this program is the theory of plate tectonics.

T305

21

ACHGK053

1985 AUS

Waste Disposal

This program aims to support students’ development into informed citizens by examining landfill operations, recycling, compositing, toxic waste treatment, and ways to reduce their own waste.

T305

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Water in Australia (Years 7-10)

This program looks at water in all its facets: the different states of water, water for life, the effect of water on the landscape, the water cycle, water resources, and controlling waters. It is designed for students in years 7 to 10.

Water in Australia: The Importance of Water in Our Lives (Junior)

This program looks at water in all its facets: the different states of water, water for life, the effect of water on the landscape, the water cycle, water resources, and controlling waters. It is designed for students in years 3 to 7. 14

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Water is a precious resource that is often taken for granted, without much thought for where it has come from or where it is going. This program looks at water usage for personal, industrial and agricultural use, and emphasises the need to consider water conservation.

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Water: A Precious Resource

This video examines water as an important resource for survival. Particularly, this video will examine groundwater, the water table, its depletion and methods to conserve water. The restricted availability of water for consumption is also highlighted to emphasise the importance of conserving water.

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2008 AUS

Weather and Climate

Weather is a giant continuum of change and is crucial to the planet’s survival. This program raises questions relating to weather and climate, such as what is weather, how to forecast and measure it, what are weather warnings, and what is the global climate.

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27

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2009 AUS

Weather Forecasting

The weather affects everyone and everything on the planet, so being able to predict what it will be like has numerous advantages. This video compares FitzRoy’s methods of predicting weather from mid-nineteenth century to more modern methods.

T305

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Wetlands

Wetlands are biologically diverse ecosystems that support a range of plant and animal life. This video examines the wetlands located in Homebush Bay, including the problems faced and the solutions being implemented to resolve them.

T305

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ACHGK051

1998 AUS

World Population Issues: How Many is Too Many?

The program provides a historical background to population growth and presents different perspectives on how many people the Earth’s resources can support. The issues surrounding population change and growth are also explored using case studies from India, Rwanda and China.

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27

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1998 AUS

World Water Resources: Sample Studies

The distribution of freshwater is not equal; the greatest reserves of freshwater are in North America and Canada, while people in Africa suffer from drought. This video considers the issue of water shortage and the political issues provoked by water, as well as international case studies.

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2000 AUS

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