VCR Video Tape Library
The following videos are available through the North Dakota Geological Survey. (While we share acronyms, the North Dakota Geological Survey and the North Dakota Geological Society are different; the former is a state agency whereas the Society is a non-profit organization of persons interested in the geology of North Dakota.) These tapes are owned by the North Dakota Geological Society, but the North Dakota Geological Survey handles the distribution as a favor to the Society.
Policy: Tapes are available for use by schools, colleges, service clubs or groups interested in programs dealing with Earth Science or the solar system. Loan period is 14 days. We have one copy of each Geology tape and two copies of each NASA tape.
Terms: Tapes may be picked up and returned to the North Dakota Geological Survey at 1600 E. Interstate Ave., Bismarck, ND 58501 at no charge. Their telephone number is: (701) 328-8000.
Tapes will be mailed for a fee of $2.50 to cover postage and handling, plus return postage. Send mail orders to:
Publications ClerkNorth Dakota Geological Survey
600 East Boulevard AvenueBismarck, ND 58505-0840
PLEASE: Checks must be made out to the North Dakota Geological Society, not to the North Dakota Geological Survey or NDGS.
GEOLOGY (Viewing time shown in brackets)
The Prize consists of 8 segments based on Daniel Yergin's best-selling Pulitzer Prize-winning book. 1992. The Prize, narrated by Donald Sutherland, tells the story of the oil industry. Two segments of the story are included on each of the four video tapes. Each segment is about 60 minutes long. The series consists of the following tapes:
The Underwater World of Jacques Cousteau. 1989. Seven 60-minute-long tapes in this series are available: