OceanArchives Showcase

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OceanArchives Showcase

This showcase includes the films that are from the PBS Return to the Sea series. You are able to watch them in order as they automatically go to the next show. Or you can choose to view them as you wish. If you wish to download a show, simply click on the show title below the photo.


Deep Vault Showcase

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Deep Vault Showcase

Here you will find films that Bill has made over the years. Simply click on the photo of the film. This will take you to Vimeo where you can view, download, share, or comment on the video. Once on Vimeo, you have access to all the films/videos.


Tempting Treasures

Here you will find unedited footage (both underwater and surface). As you review the footage, you can begin to understand how much effort it takes to shoot footage and select just those sequences that merit being included in a film/video.

July 21, 2019
Black Skimmers Feeding Video

Black Skimmers Feeding

Lost or ghost fish trap on rocky outcrop near Morehead City, North Carolina. They are called ghost traps because they keep catching and killing fish for years. Includes video of soft corals, crustaceans and fish near the trap. (1 minute 49 seconds) 1997
July 21, 2019
Rainforest Foggy Morning Belize Video

Rainforest Foggy Morning Belize

Lost or ghost fish trap on rocky outcrop near Morehead City, North Carolina. They are called ghost traps because they keep catching and killing fish for years. Includes video of soft corals, crustaceans and fish near the trap. (1 minute 49 seconds) 1997
July 21, 2019
Parrot in Rainforest Video

Parrot in Rainforest

Lost or ghost fish trap on rocky outcrop near Morehead City, North Carolina. They are called ghost traps because they keep catching and killing fish for years. Includes video of soft corals, crustaceans and fish near the trap. (1 minute 49 seconds) 1997
July 21, 2019
Ghost Fish Traps Video

Ghost Fish Traps

Lost or ghost fish trap on rocky outcrop near Morehead City, North Carolina. They are called ghost traps because they keep catching and killing fish for years. Includes video of soft corals, crustaceans and fish near the trap. (1 minute 49 seconds) 1997