Oklahoma Water Resources Center

Videos for Loan

  • Agency, E. P. (2003). Storm Water: Planning for the future
    An introduction to the environmental issues and regulatory requirements associated with storm water discharges (8:30 min.)
  • Agency, E. P. (2004). After the Storm
    Three case studies focus on the interconnections between water suppl, water quality andc the economic vitality and quality of life in our communities. (22 min.)
  • Beesley, B., et al. (2006). The Creek Runs Red, The Creek Runs Red
    The Environmental Protection Agency calls the former lead mining town of Picher, Oklahoma one of the most toxic places in America, but a dwindling population still calls it home. The Creek Runs Red explores the human response to environmental disaster and the complex connections between people and place. (LLC Kera Production.)
  • Board, O. W. R. (2004). Oklahoma Water: A Quality of Life
    This video contains an overview of state water issues--past, present and future--wit scenic footages from around the state, illustrative maps, and interviews with state, federal, and local water experts. (30 min.)
  • Bozzo, S. (2008). Blue Gold
    Sheds light on the world’s rapidly approaching water crisis and suggests that wars of the future will be fought over water, as they today over oil, as the source of all life enters the global marketplace and political arena. (PBS: 89 min.)
  • Brown, I. and E. Flagg (2007). Gimme Green
    Gimme Green considers the impact of this uniquely American obsession on the environment, our health, and our way of life. (The Cinema Gild, Inc.: 28 min.)
  • Dunn, L. (2007). The Unforeseen
    A documentary about the development around Barton Springs in austin, Texas, and nature's unexpected response to being threatened by human interference. (Cinema Guild: 93 min.)
  • McCorkell, D. (2009). A River of Waste
    Exposes a huge health and environmental scandal in our modern industrial system of meat and poultry productions. (Cinema Libre Distribution: 92 min.)
  • Miller, L. (2007). The Water Front
    Follows one community's fight to retain public control of its water and keep this basic resource affordable for everyone. (53 min.)
  • Museum, W. M. (2012). Edwards Aquifer.
  • Salina, I. (2008). Flow
    "Flow" gives viewers a look at the people and institutions providing practical solutions to the water crisis and those developing new technologies, which are fast becoming blueprints for a successful global and economic turnaround. (Oscilloscope Pictures: 84 min.)
  • Slobe, D. and B. Matthews (2006). The Playas: Reflections of Life on the Plains
    Explores the nature of playas, the value they bring to the region and how Hih Plains residents are working to protect these vital resources. (Playa Lakes Joint Venture: 28 min.)
  • Soechtig, S. and J. Lindsey (2009). Tapped
    Examines the role of the bottled water industry and its effecs on our health, climate change, pollution, and our reliance on oil. (76 min.)
  • University, O. S. (2004). Eucha/Spavinaw Ecosystems (10 min.)
  • University, O. S., et al. (2003). Oklahoma Crossroads
  • University, O. S., et al. (2004). Eastern Redcedar: Invasion of the Creeping Menace
    Follows Detective Columber's investigation of the Eastern Redcedar. Discover how these nefarious trees are destroyinh Oklahom's native habitats. Learn the shocking effects of cedar pollen on allergies and asthma. (22 min.)
  • Young, R. (2009). Poisoned Waters
    The ten topics described in this guide are intended to provide educational material and stimulate debate on critical challenges facing all regions of America today in cleaning up and protecting our precious waterways. (Hedrick Smith Productions, FRONTLINE)
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