Volcano.Hunt.(2007).PDTV.XviD-WPi

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Volcano.Hunt.(2007).PDTV.XviD-WPi

Post by DocoDonkey » Mon Dec 10, 2007 6:53 pm

Volcano Hunt

Nature Documentary published by Others in 2007 - English narration

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Tidal waves, tsunamis and earthquakes are often triggered by the eruption
of underwater volcanoes. Such eruptions were the probable cause of past
tragedies and are still as destructive today. But now scientists know about
the presence of active underwater volcanoes, and are studying ways to
predict their behaviour in order to prevent future tragedies on a grand
scale. Far from the Indonesian coast that was recently devastated by a
tsunami, the coastline of Sicily is alive with many active volcanoes, not
all of which are on dry land.

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* G E N E R A L i N F O R M A T i O N
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* Release Title : Volcano.Hunt.WS.PDTV.XviD-WPi
* Air Date : 21/10/2007
* Release Date : December 2007
* Runtime : 51 mins
* Network : SBS (AU)
* Genre : Documentary
* Archive : 25x15mb
* E N C O D E i N F O
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* Source : PDTV 576i (PAL)
* Aspect Ratio : 1.85:1 (Widescreen)
* Resolution : 640x352
* Video : XviD
* Bitrate : 795 kbps
* Framerate : 25.000 fps
* Audio : MP3 2.0Ch VBR
* Language : English / Italian
* Bitrate : 128 kbps 48khz
* Subtitles : English (Hardcoded)

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1) Related Documentaries
* Volcano
* Pompeii: The Last Day
* Ring of Fire

2) ed2k Links

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Post by mathmasterBJK » Thu Jan 31, 2008 1:25 pm

Love volcanos, thx...

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