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Drain the Ocean (2009)

In this National Geographic special, we look at what most call "The Final Frontier". Using the newest data gathered from scientists all over the world and the latest advancements in ... See full summary »

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Avery Brooks ... Narrator (voice)
Charlie Paull Charlie Paull ... Self - Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Tim Le Bas Tim Le Bas ... Self - National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Craig Dawe Craig Dawe ... Self - Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Edith Widder Edith Widder ... Self - Ocean Research and Conservation Association
John R. Smith John R. Smith ... Self - Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory
Christopher Kelley Christopher Kelley ... Self - Hawaii Undersea Research Laboratory
Frank Parrish Frank Parrish ... Self - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Gregor P. Eberli Gregor P. Eberli ... Self - Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science
David Schwartz David Schwartz ... Self - US Geological Survey
Vicki Ferrini Vicki Ferrini ... Self - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Crispin Little Crispin Little ... Self - University of Leeds
Cindy Lee Van Dover Cindy Lee Van Dover ... Self - Duke University Marine Laboratory
Peter Talling Peter Talling ... Self - National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Bruce Applegate Bruce Applegate ... Self - Scripps Institution of Oceanography
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In this National Geographic special, we look at what most call "The Final Frontier". Using the newest data gathered from scientists all over the world and the latest advancements in computer generated imaging, we are able to explore some of the most dramatic landscapes the Earth has to offer. From the tallest mountain to fissures that would engulf entire countries, the ocean floor is truly a sight to behold. Written by Serberus

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Avery Brooks - Narrator: An alien world of landscapes you never dreamed existed: vast mountain ranges, unending plains, violent volcanoes. But this is no alien planet; it's our own world. These are landscapes of the ocean floor, normally covered by miles of water. But all around the globe, scientists are mapping the seabed, collecting data, and building up a picture of the terrain below the surface. We've combined the very latest scientific data with specially developed computer animation software to ...
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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 August 2009 (USA) See more »

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Drain the Ocean: See What Lies Beneath Our Seas See more »

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Bahamas See more »

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