||Tectonics of Life and Death
||Voyage of the Continents
Voyage of the continents. UNAUTHORIZED
||Asia- the Tectonics of Life and Death: Introduction (1:49) -- Earth's Oldest Rocks (3:16) -- Formation of Tectonic Plates (1:02) -- Pangea (1:40) -- Zinc Mines (1:39) -- Southern China Plate Joins Pangea (1:20) -- Great Extinction (2:35) -- Southern China Plate (1:06) -- Pangea Splits (3:30) -- Thailand Joined China (1:48) -- Deccan Traps in India (2:32) -- Earth's Hot Spot (1:37) -- Dinosaur Extinction (4:04) -- Disasters Cause Dinosaur Extinction? (3:02) -- Himalayas (2:27) -- Formation of the Himalayas (2:23) -- Rising Himalayan (3:59) -- Siwalik Hills (3:06) -- Bangladesh (2:33) -- Ganges Delta (2:52) -- Asia- the Tectonics of Life and Death: Review (1:30) -- Credits: Voyage of the Continents-Asia: the Tectonics of Life and Death (1:01)
||Over the many billions of years of the Earth's history our planet has never stopped changing shape. Massive tectonic forces have sculpted and re-sculpted our world in a never ending journey. Tectonics has created life - and destroyed it as well. This program discusses the tectonic history of Asia, mass extinctions, the Himalayas and the creation of a country from its sediment.
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|Interest grade level
||7 & up.
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|Issued in other form||Originally produced: Europe Images International, 2012.|
|Publisher number||58162 Films Media Group|
|Publisher number||58167s Films Media Group|