Learn Through Videos: Earth Science
This is a collection of links to educational videos related to Earth science, which are made for a general audience. What makes the Earth so special in the universe? When and how was the planet born? When did life on Earth begin? What is a tectonic plate and how do tectonic plates move? What controls our planet's temperature? Why does climate change matter? How have the physical processes and human activities shaped the planet? From the birth of the Earth to climate change, there are so many questions about our planet Earth and how it works. The videos listed in this collection help us to better understand our planet and its constantly changing nature.
This presents visually spectacular tours of the seven continents as it makes connections between our solar system and Earth's oceans, climate, and mineral and energy sources.
This series shows the physical processes and human activities that shape our planet.
How the Earth Works
This looks at what went into making our planet - from the big bang, to the formation of the solar system, to the subsequent evolution of Earth.
100 Greatest Discoveries - Earth Science
Twelve important discoveries in Earth science, including Richard Oldham's theory that the Earth has a core composed of liquid and Alfred Wegener's theory of continental drift.
This documentary consists of eight episodes telling the story of our planet and its constantly changing nature.
How the Earth was Made (Season 1)
This is a 13-part documentary television series aired on the History Channel, showing how geological processes have shaped our planet.
How the Earth Was Made (Season 2)
This series examines some of well-known locations and geological phenomena, including the Grand Canyon, Vesuvius, Sahara, Yosemite, Death Valley, Everest, and the Pacific Ring of Fire.
Earth: The Power of the Planet
This is a BBC documentary series presented by Iain Stewart, telling the story of how Earth works and what makes it so special.
How Earth Made Us
This is a BBC documentary series presented by Iain Stewart, exploring how geology, geography and climate have influenced and continue to shape human history.
Inside Planet Earth
Inside Planet Earth is the ultimate voyage our world has to offer: a journey from the temperate surface of our world to the fiery core of the Earth.
A Science Odyssey - Origins
How and when did the Earth form? How could life have begun on a lifeless planet? This program charts the quest for beginnings - of our planet, our species, and life itself.
Origins - From the Big Bang to the Emergence of Humans
This course covers our modern scientific understanding of origins, from the Big Bang to the formation of planets like Earth, evolution by natural selection, the genetic basis of evolution, and the emergence of humans.
Nature of Earth: An Introduction to Geology
This consists of 36 lectures given by Professor John J. Renton, providing an introduction to physical geology, the study of Earth's minerals, rocks, soils, and the processes that operate on them through time.
Wonders of the Solar System
In this documentary series, Professor Brain Cox explores some of the most amazing features of our solar system.
Secrets of the Sun
This reveals a bright new dawn in our understanding of our nearest star - one that might help keep our planet from going dark.