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How to Feed a Giant Octopus [online video]

Authors: 
Produced by Steve Roberts.
Three minute video on how to feed a giant octopus.

 

Bill Hanshumaker, Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon, demonstrates how to feed a giant octopus.

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-12-002
Published: 
2012
Price: 
NA
Length: 
2:51 minutes
Size and Format: 
Online video

Flooded Fields & Drainage Ditches of the Willamette Valley

Habitat legacies for native fish and wildlife.

Historically the Willamette River Valley, in western Oregon, was characterized by seasonal floods and large expansions of its stream networks. During the past century, human activities (e.g., agriculture, urbanization, transportation) have altered or eliminated many seasonal stream and floodplain habitats in the valley.

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-12-001
Published: 
2012
Length: 
10 minutes; bonus 3 minute teaching video
Size and Format: 
DVD
Produced by Freshwaters Illustrated in collaboration with Oregon State University and Oregon Sea Grant. Executive Producer Guillermo Giannico.

Drawing Blood from Koi [online video]

Dr. Tim Miller-Morgan shows how to draw blood from koi to test for KHV.
Product Number: 
ORESU-V-10-005
Published: 
2010
Price: 
Free
Length: 
6 minutes
Size and Format: 
Online video
Other videos of interest: "How to Scrape a Koi" (ORESU-V-10-003) and "How to do Microscope Examination" (ORESU-V-10-004).

How to do Microscope Examination [online video]

Dr. Tim Miller-Morgan shows how to do a microscope examination after doing a skin scraping of koi.
Product Number: 
ORESU-V-10-004
Published: 
2010
Price: 
Free
Length: 
13 minutes
Size and Format: 
Online video
Other videos of interest: "How to Scrape a Koi" (ORESU-V-10-003) and "Drawing Blood from Koi" (ORESU-V-10-005).

How to Scrape a Koi [online video]

Dr. Tim Miller-Morgan shows how to scrape a koi.
Product Number: 
ORESU-V-10-003
Published: 
2010
Price: 
Free
Length: 
20 minutes
Size and Format: 
Online video
Other videos of interest: "How to do Microscope Examination" (ORESU-V-10-004) and "Drawing Blood from Koi" (ORESU-V-10-005).

Beach Safety Basics

Two short videos about rip currents and rolling logs, both common safety issues on the Oregon coast


Two short videos on this DVD address very common safety issues on Pacific Northwest coasts: the dangers associated with rolling logs and with rip currents.

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-07-003
Published: 
2007
Price: 
$6.95
Shipping & Handling: 
$3
Length: 
13 minutes
Size and Format: 
Color DVD

Wave Power: The Potential of Oregon's Ocean Energy

A short video about generating electricity from ocean waves


The United States consumes more electricity than any other country in the world. More than half of that energy is produced from nonrenewalbe fossil fuels. A widely available, renewable, and clean source for electricity would be a great environmental and economic asset.

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-06-001
Published: 
2006
Price: 
$9.95
Shipping & Handling: 
$3
Length: 
12 minutes
Size and Format: 
Color DVD

Octopus Dissection [online video]

Comparative necropsy of a squid and an octopus


Bill Hanshumaker, marine public educator, conducts a detailed comparative necropsy on a Humbold squid and a Giant Pacific octopus, pointing out the differences and similarities of these two cephalopods. Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, 2010.

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-10-002
Published: 
2010
Price: 
Free
Length: 
59 minutes
Size and Format: 
Flash video
Suitable for use in school science classes.

Celilo Falls and the Remaking of the Columbia River

A documentary about the damming of the Columbia River and inundation of native fishing grounds

Product Number: 
ORESU-V-07-001
Published: 
2007
Price: 
$19.95
Shipping & Handling: 
$3
Length: 
29 minutes
Size and Format: 
Color DVD

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