[Brazil] : Projeto Geografia Afro-Brasileira, 
Video — 1 videodisc (35 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Video: NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
One of the structural issues related to African culture in Brazil that continues to warrant research and knowledge is related to historiographical and geographical aspects of Africa and its relations with the country. The video documentary assists in the expansion of information and knowledge about the geographical aspects of the African Diaspora and its repercussion on the formation of the territory and of the population over the almost four centuries of slave current system, particularly the areas of quilombos. Used as a basic tool, the features of cartographic and photographic images, by their ability to be effective in knowledge and apprehension of historiographical and current content. The video has three articulated parts. In the initial part the fundamental aspects of geography and African historiography, especially the spatial reference of trafficking dynamics of African peoples to America. The following approach, spatially, colonial and imperial economic cycles in Brazil, the territories of resistance of the old quilombos, and finally treat the distribution expression of contemporary african-Brazilian population and the territorial context of traditional maroon communities in the dominant system. Possible use in different education levels, this is a key tool for Brazil's educational process in the XXI century.
Video — 1 videocassette (22 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Shows how UGS scientists are imaging the deepest parts of Bay Area faults, trenching across faults, probing the upper scetions of sediments, and deploying a rapid response network of instruments, all to better prepare the Bay Area for the next big quake.
Video — 1 online resource (52 minutes) Digital: video file.
In the last few years, astronomers and particle physicists have found new ways to probe the cosmos and are creating detailed maps that stretch almost all the way to the birth of time - 13.6 billion years ago. Using an innovative graphic that reveals the scale and wonder of the universe, Horizon travels from east to west, in to the setting sun and the wheeling cosmos, and all the way to the edge of existence, unlocking some surprising stories. Are there parallel universes beyond our own? Does our universe have an edge? There is evidence to suggest that the universe next door is already knocking.
Washington, D.C. : United States Department of Homeland Security, 2009.
Video — 1 online resource (4 min.)
The Department of Homeland Security tool provides comprehensive situational awareness in one central location. The Infrastructure Information Collection Division has Integrated Common Analytical Viewer (ICAV). It is available online to authorized users and gives planners and responders the ability to view critical infrastructure information in a map form.