Antarctic Edge

Director: Dena Seidel

Production: Rutgers University

Distribution: First Run Features

Runtime: 72 min

Release: June 2015

In 2014, scientists declared West Antarctic ice sheet melt unstoppable, threatening the future of our planet. A group of world-class researchers is in a race to understand climate change in the fastest winter-warming place on earth: the West Antarctic Peninsula. Trekking through dangerous and uncharted landscape, these scientists push the limits of their research and come to terms with the sacrifices necessary to understand this rapidly changing world.
– Written by Dena Seidel

Atlantic Crossing - A Robot's Daring Mission

Director: Dena Seidel

Production: Rutgers University

Runtime: 83 min

Release: 2010

Atlantic Crossing: a Robot’s Daring Mission is the story of a passionate team of scientists led by world-renowned oceanographer Scott Glenn, who make history by successfully navigating the first autonomous underwater robot across the Atlantic Ocean.

Volcanoes of the Deep Sea

Director: Stephen Low

Writers: Alex Low, Stephen Low

Production: Rutgers University

Runtime: 40 min

Release: September 2003

Alvin, a deep-sea mechanized probe, makes a voyage some 12,000 feet underwater to explore the Azores, a constantly-erupting volcanic rift between Europe and North America.
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Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve: A Living Laboratory

ECO-PAM: Listening for Whales in a Changing Climate - Full Length Version