SIERRA CLUB VIDEO LIBRARY


The following video tapes are available from the club library on loan. If you would like to borrow a title contact George at 378-0461.

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4/7/88 LOCAL DEMOCRATIC POLITICS
Jim Notestein

5/5/88 RADON
Gary Cook

11/3/88 RECYCLING UPDATE
Owen Howard

1/2/89 ALTERNATIVES TO TOXIC WASTE INCERATION
Dr. Paul Connett

2/2/89 GROWTH AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Grant Thrall

3/2/89 THE NATURE CONSERVANCY-FLA.ACTION PLAN
Dr. Steven Humphrey

4/6/89 LOCAL ISSUES-GREENSPACE PLANNING
Gainesville Mayor David Coffey

5/4/89 FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Dr. Bruce McFadden

7/6/89 FLORIDA FLORA
Dr. Dan Griffen

9/7/89 SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION
Dr. Perren Ross

10/2/89 CALIFORNIA- LIFE AND WRITINGS OF JOHN MUIR
Dr. David Auth

11/2/89 NEW INITIATIVES FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION
Dr. John Paling

12/7/89 THE SUWANNEE PROJECT- A PHOTO ESSAY
John Moran

2/1/90 ECOPRESERVES: A BIOLOGICAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL METHOD OF PROTECTION OF THE WORLD S MOST IMPORTANT NATURAL RESERVES
Ray Ashton

4/5/90 A GLIMPSE INTO THE HISTORY OF HUMAN MODIFICATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Dr. Elizabeth Wing

5/3/90 THE BLUEBELT COMMISSION
Richard Hamann

9/6/90 CAIMANS AND CROCODILES IN THE VENEZUELAN LLANO
John Thorbjarnarson

11/1/90 PRESERVATION VERSUS RECREATION: STRIKING A BALANCE ON THE ICHETUCKNEE RIVER
Victor Doig, DNR

12/6/90 GRAY S MONITOR LIZARD OF LUZON
Dr. Walter Auffenberg

1/3/91 POWERS OF 10-PERSPECTIVES OF THE EVERGLADES
Crawford (Buzz) Holling

2/7/91 WHERE IS PAYNES PRAIRIE?
Jim Weimer

3/7/91 SOLID AND HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ALACHUA COUNTY
Dr. Paul Still

5/12/91 GENETIC ENGINEERING OF ETHANOL PRODUCTION
Dr. Lonnie Ingram

7/11/91 HIGH-TECH ZAPPING OF FLORIDA'S FOOD SUPPLY
Kiki Carter

9/5/91 MONARCH BUTTERFLY MIGRATION
Tonya Van Hook

10/3/91 POLITICS OF SOLAR ENERGY IN GAINESVILLE
Dan Hargrove

11/7/91 DEADLY DECEPTION: GENERAL ELECTRIC, NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND OUR ENVIRONMENT
Esther Nighbert

1/9/92 PAYNES PRAIRIE
Dr. Ricahrd Haynes
LEGISLATIVE ACTION IN FLORIDA
Beverly Hill

3/5/92 FLORIDA TERRITORY, 1835, AND THE WAR AGAINST THE SEMINOLES
Henry Sheldon

4/2/92 AQUATIC RESOURCES IN THE TROPICS
Dr. Thomas Crissman

5/7/92 POPULATION AND THE ENVIRONMENT: CHALLENGES AHEAD
Lisa Kerber

7/9/92 GOALS FOR ALACHUA COUNTY
Ralph Partridge

9/10/92 PANAMA-AFTER JUST CAUSE
Dr. David Auth

10/8/92 SHEDDING A NEW LIGHT ON HAZARDOUS WASTE SOLAR DETOXIFICATION
Dr. D. Yogi Goswami

11/5/92 SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE AND THE NEEM TREE
Marc Ketchel

12/3/92 EDIBLE, POISONOUS, AND HALLUCINOGENIC MUSHROOMS
Dr. James Kimbrough

2/4/93 PROJECT FOR AN ENERGY EFFICIENT FLORIDA
David Bruderly

3/4/93 WHOOPING CRANES AND ENDANGERED SPECIES
Steve Nesbitt

4/8/93 RESTORING THE UPPER OLKAWAHA RIVER: THE SUNNY HILL FARM PROJECT
David R. Walker

5/6/93 THE CASE FOR RESTORING THE LOWER OKLAWAHA
Dave Godfrey

7/8/93 MISSION OF SJWMD AND HOW IT AFFECTS LOCAL WATERS
Charley Meyers

9/2/93 SUSTAINABILITY: AN APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
John Lambie

9/13/93 SIERRA GROUP PRESS CONFERENCE WITH BETTY CASTOR TO PRESENT THE TEAM NOTEBOOK TO THE STATE Francine Robinson

10/7/93 THE FLORIDA AQUARIUM
John Racancelli

11/4/93 ECO-TOURISM: PROFIT AND CONSERVATION?
David Holbrook

12/2/93 PROTECTING OUR WATER SUPPLY
John Regan

1/6/94 OKEFENOKEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE AND ORANGE LAKE
Jim Burkhart

2/15/94 THE FATE OF THE GIANT REDWOODS
Doug Thron

3/3/94 SIERRA CLUB VS. GRU
Mark Spiller

4/7/94 ALACHUA CO.-THE DUMPING GROUND OF NORTH FLORIDA
Pegeen Hanrahan

5/5/94 FLORIDA FROGS
Paul Moler

7/7/94 SOLAR ENERGY
Dr. Seymore Block

HUMANS AND THE EVIRONMENT
Kit Herring

9/1/94 TRAFFIC AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Jeanntte Wise and
FLORIDA SNAKES R US
Eugene Besette

10/1/94 WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET A LEPODOPTERIST?
Thomas Emmel

11/3/94 ARE YOU MAKING LESS GARBAGE?
Panel Discussion

12/1/94 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ALACHUA COUNTY
Dr. Charles Kibert

1/5/95 SUSTAINABLE POWER-SOLAR ELECTRICITY AND PHOTOVOLTAICS
Dr. Erik Esseltyn

2/2/95 BACKPACKING IN THE NORTH CENTRAL ANDES OF PERU
Dr. Tony Oliver-Smith

3/2/95 THE FIGHT TO RESTORE THE OCKLAWAHA RIVER
Gary Appleson

4/6/95 LOW ENVIROMENTAL IMPACT HOUSING
Ivor Sparks and Ken Fonorow

5/4/95 CHEMICAL CONTAMINENTS AND REPRODUCTION PROBLEMS IN ANIMALS AND HUMANS
Louis Guilette

7/6/95 THE HOGTOWN CREEK GREENWAY
Steve Phillips

9/7/95 NON-NATIVE PLANTS: INTRODUCTION, HISTORY AND ECOSYSTEM
Dr. Doris Gordon

10/5/95 AL BURT S FLORIDA
Al Burt

11/2/95 THE HIGHLY ENDANGERED MADAGASCAR TORTOISE
Lora Smith

12/7/95 ADVENTURES IN DISCOVERY
Dr. Kethleen Deagan

1/4/96 ECOLOGY OF UNDERWATER FLORIDA
Wes Skiles and Tom Morris

2/1/96 FIREFLIES ON MY SLEEVE
Dr. Jim Lloyd

3/7/96 SHELL OIL S ENVIRONMENTAL DESTRUCTION IN NIGERIA
Agnes Leslie

4/496 IMPERILED BEARS OF FLORIDA
Laurie Macdonald

5/2/96 NEW FLORIDA MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY CONSTRUCTION
Dr. David Auth and Mr. Dorr Dennis

7/11/96 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF PRIMAVERA HYDROELECTRIC POWER PLANT
Sr. Robertson Fonesca de Azevedo

9/5/96 GAINESVILLE S URBAN FOREST
Meg Niederhofer

10/3/96 REAL REASONS FOR INSDUSTRIAL LOCATIONS: NOT THE POLITICAL RHETORIC
Dr. Grant Thrall

11/7/96 CLEAN AIR AND HEAVY INDUSTRY: CAN WE HAVE BOTH?
Arthur and Phyllis Saarnen

12/5/96 BACKPACKING IN THE ARCTIC NATURAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, ALASKA
Dr. Dwight Adams

1/9/97 COMMUNTY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE IN ALACHUA COUNTY
Ruth and Alan Keitt

2/6/97 FLORIDA NATURAL AREAS PROTECTION PROJECT
Mary-Slater Linn

3/6/97 ALTERNATIVE LAND USE IN ALACHUA COUNTY
Mr. David Coffey

4/3/97 HERPETOFAUNA OF FLORIDA
Mr. Richard Bartlett

5/1/97 BATS IN FLORIDA
Dr. William H. Kern

7/3/97 WILDLIFE CORRIDORS CONNECTING THE FLORIDA LANDSCAPE
Dr. Joe Schaefer

9/4/97 WHOOPING CRANE POPULATIONS
Mr. Steve Allen Nesbitt