Près de 300 vidéos à votre disposition pour vous permettre une acculturation aux océans, mers et littoraux dans leurs multiples dimensions – géopolitique, économique, environnementale, sociale, etc.. Notre vidéothèque n’est pas exhaustive (elle ne le sera jamais) et donc évoluera au fil du temps. Majoritairement en anglais et partiellement en français (pensez à régler vos paramètres YouTube, Vimeo, etc. avec un sous-titre adapté), les vidéos ont des durées variables et sont issues d’organisations publiques et privées : elles n’engagent que leurs auteurs et hébergeurs. De votre côté, si vous avez une vidéo à nous recommander, n’hésitez pas à le faire par notre formulaire https://www.univ-mer.org/contact/

Nearly 300 videos at your disposal to help you learn about the oceans, seas and coasts in their many dimensions – geopolitical, economic, environmental, social, etc. Our video library is not exhaustive (it never will be) and therefore will evolve over time. Mainly in English and partially in French (remember to adjust your YouTube, Vimeo, etc. settings with an appropriate subtitle), this videos have variable lengths and come from public and private organizations: they engage only their authors and hosts. From your side, if you have a video to recommend to us, do not hesitate to do so by our form https://www.univ-mer.org/contact/  

Ocean Science: Marine Biology and Chemistry

Marine Biology at Home 1: Introduction

Introduction to Marine Bio

The ocean's chemistry is changing. Why does it matter?

Strontium Changes in the Ocean

Overview: 5 min – 2020

More videos on the Marine Biology at Home YouTube channel

Lecture, Marine bio overview: 35 min – 2017

Webinair: Excessive CO2 emissions isn’t just an atmospheric problem, it’s changing the chemistry of our oceans through ocean acidification and impacting ocean life: 41 min – 2021

University of California, Santa Cruz – New analysis of strontium isotopes reveals how the global carbon cycle has responded to changes in climate and sea level through geologic time: 4 min 2021

Ocean Science: Ocean Currents and Physical Oceanography

How do ocean currents work?

OceanMOOC - Drivers of Ocean Currents

OceanMOOC - Water Cycles and Salinity

OceanMOOC - Ocean Heat Storage and Sea Level

TED Ed – Dive into the science of ocean currents (including the Global Conveyor Belt current), and find out how climate change affects them: 5 min – 2019

OceanMOOC – Drivers of Ocean Currents: 6 min – 2017

OceanMOOC – Water Cycles and Salinity: 6 min – 2017

OceanMOOC – Ocean Heat Storage and Sea Level: 7 min – 2017

OceanMOOC - Seafloor Dynamics and Plate Tectonics

OceanMOOC - Coastal Hazards

Paul Beckwith on Jet Streams and Ocean Currents

OceanMOOC – Seafloor Dynamics and Plate Tectonics: 5 min – 2017

OceanMOOC – Coastal Hazards: 5 min – 2017

Paul Beckwith: Well-known climate scientist.  He posts videos related to climate change and its impacts: 7 min – 2018

Ocean Climate: Acidification

Ocean Acidification, Bozeman Science

Ocean Acidification, NBC News learn

Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification

Demystifying ocean acidification and biodiversity impacts

Short; Explanation causes & consequences: 5 min – 2016

Introduction to acidification: 6 min – 2020

Documentary on acidification: causes & consequences: 21 min – 2009

Causes & consequences: 12 min – 2014

Saving Ocean Biodiversity: Coral Restoration | Explorers in the Field

Fighting Ocean Acidification: Smith Cove Blue Carbon Project

Ocean Alkalinity Enhancement (OAE)

Acidification & biodiversity loss solutions: 6 min – 2022

Oyster beds, kelp, and eel grass in Smith Cove to enhance efforts against ocean acidification. The Port of Seattle is leading many efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG emissions), the most important step towards combatting ocean acidification: 3 min – 2021

This video introduces ocean alkalinity enhancement as a potential carbon dioxide removal strategy.: 4 min – 2020

Ocean Climate: Biodiversity

OceanMOOC - Our Ocean: a Finite Resource

OceanMOOC - Coastal Ecosystems

Ocean MOOC - Governing Marine Biodiversity

Acid Test: The Global Challenge of Ocean Acidification

OceanMOOC – Our Ocean: a Finite Resource: 8 min – 2017

OceanMOOC – Coastal Ecosystems: 13 min – 2017

Ocean MOOC – Governing Marine Biodiversity: 13 min – 2017

Documentary on acidification: causes & consequences: 21 min – 2009

Demystifying ocean acidification and biodiversity impacts

Ocean Acidification

Saving Ocean Biodiversity: Coral Restoration | Explorers in the Field

Causes & consequences: 12 min – 2014

Introduction to acidification: 6 min – 2020 

Acidification & biodiversity loss solutions: 6 min – 2020

Ocean Climate: Sea Level Rise

Climate change – living on the water | DW Documentary

What Causes Sea Level Rise?

From Building Collapse in Florida to Arctic Coastal Erosion

Élévation du niveau de la mer

Sea levels are rising faster and faster, threatening 700 million people who live on the world’s coasts. Will water become the habitat of the future? Visionary projects for a life with the tides are forging ahead worldwide: 42 min – 2020

Over this time, scientists have observed that the global sea level has been rising: 2 min – 2020

Deep Connections: From Building Collapse in Florida to Arctic Coastal Erosion: Sea Level Rise: 15 min – 2020

Élévation du niveau de la mer : 6 min – 2016

Montée des eaux : quelles solutions pour nos villes côtières ?

OceanMOOC - Ocean Heat Storage and Sea Level

What If All The Ice Melted On Earth?

Sea level rise - fact & fiction

C’est désormais une certitude scientifique : à la faveur du réchauffement climatique, la science est désormais en mesure d’affirmer que le niveau de la mer va monter, peut-être jusqu’à 1 mètre en 2100, menaçant directement au moins 570 villes importantes dans le monde : 11 min – 2021

OceanMOOC – Ocean Heat Storage and Sea Level: 7 min – 2017

What If All The Ice Melted On Earth?: 5 min – 2016

TED – Sea level is rising for the first time in thousands of years. Oceanographer John Englander, author of « High Tide On Main Street » explains why it is unstoppable, regardless of efforts to be ‘green’ and sustainable: 11 min – 2014

Science en direct : Élévation du niveau de la mer et submersions

Science en direct : les nouveaux scénarios d'élévation du niveau de la mer

Sea Level Rise: Impact on the United States

Allons-nous vivre sur l’eau ?

Dans le cadre de la 26ème édition de la Fête de la Science, le BRGM participait à Science en direct : 9 min – 2017

Depuis la parution du rapport du GIEC de 2019, de nouveaux scénarios d’élévation du niveau de la mer ont vu le jour et font suite à de nouvelles données sur la fonte des calottes glaciaires : 10 min – 2020

Dr. Steve Zornetzer, former NASA Ames Executive; and Jonathan Kleid, Regular Host of the Killen Report, discuss the existing and future threat of increasing rise of ocean levels to people property and industry of the United States: 30 min – 2021

ARTE – Si le changement climatique se poursuit, les architectes et les climatologues ont une solution : construire des villes sur l’eau ! Cette nouvelle série documentaire plonge au coeur des mystères de la science pour tout savoir ou presque: 27 min – 2021

Ocean Climate: Blue Carbon Ecosystem

ARTE - L'histoire secrète du carbone

Blue Carbon, Explained

Mangroves: how they help the ocean

Blue carbon: a golden climate mitigation opportunity

Omniprésent dans notre environnement, le carbone est aujourd’hui accusé de menacer les fragiles équilibres de la planète. Un documentaire éclairant sur un élément chimique pourtant indissociable de la vie sur Terre.  : 86 min – 2022

We can help address climate change by using natural solutions. We have to change the way we live, but we can also increase how much carbon we offset: 2 min – 2021

Mangrove forests are vital for the health of the planet, but they’re rapidly disappearing: 10 min – 2020

EJF raise awareness video + intro to blue carbon: 7 min – 2021

David Attenborough: Save magical kelp forests

Maldives: How saving seagrass

Rising Ocean Temperatures are "Cooking" Coral Reefs

Warming temperatures have devastating impact on coral reefs

BBC Inside Out South – Importance of kelp forest: 7 min – 2019

DW News: The seagrass meadows around the Maldives are under threat. But the government now plans to place this valuable ecosystem under protection: 6 min – 2021

National Geographic – Oceans are acidifying at a rate faster than any time in the last 300 million years. This year, we’ve seen the most drastic and damaging coral bleaching event in recent history – and it’s attributable to warmer, more acidic oceans: 3 min – 2016

ABC News – About 14% of the world’s coral reefs have disappeared in the last 13 years: 3 min – 2021

Ocean Pollution & Preservation: Plastic

Nations Unies: Plastic Ocean

Un continent de plastique

Plastic Ocean: A Film About Microplastics

TED-Ed: What really happens to the plastic you throw away?

United Nations – Plastic – both a wonderful invention and a scourge on our planet. Over 300 million tons will be produced this year: 7 min – 2017

Un continent de plastique ARTE Future : 2 min – 2016

Microplastics have become ubiquitous throughout the world’s oceans, but can vary in their concentrations from place to place: 2 min – 2018

We’ve all been told that we should recycle plastic bottles and containers. But what actually happens to the plastic if we just throw it away? Emma Bryce traces the life cycles of three different plastic bottles, shedding light on the dangers these disposables present to our world.: 4 min – 2015

TED, David Katz: The surprising solution to ocean plastic

OceanMOOC - Governing Ocean Pollution

The Ocean Cleanup System

The Interceptor

Can we solve the problem of ocean plastic pollution and end extreme poverty at the same time?: 12 min – 2018

OceanMOOC – Governing Ocean Pollution: 9 min – 2017

In this video, we explain how our Ocean Cleanup system 001, works. System 001 was launched in September 2018 and was the world’s first cleanup system to be trialed in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch: 2 min – 2018

The barge-like Interceptor can detain thousands of tonnes of plastic before it reaches the ocean. It was invented by Dutch NGO The Ocean Cleanup.: 1 min – 2021

Ocean Pollution & Preservation: Oil Spill

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Introduction to oil spills

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Aerial surveillance

Response to Marine Oil Spills: At-sea response

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Shoreline clean-up

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Introduction to oil spills: 22 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Aerial surveillance: 17 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: At-sea response: 24 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Shoreline clean-up: 19 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Waste management

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Environmental impacts

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Oil spill compensation

Marine Oil Spills: Oil Spills in Cold Climates

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Response to Marine Oil Spills: Waste management: 17 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Environmental impacts: 18 min – 2014

Response to Marine Oil Spills: Oil spill compensation: 25 min – 2014

Oil Spills in Cold Climates: 27 min – 2014

Bilge dumping: The worst pollution you've never heard of

Animation FSO Safer, Transfer of oil cargo

Oil Spill Cleanup Methods

DW Planet – Vessels continue to pollute the world’s oceans with oily wastewater. A DW investigation shows how seafarers circumvent environmental laws to save time and money, with devastating effects: 12 min – 2022

Moored off the Red Sea coast of Yemen, the FSO Safer is a rapidly decaying supertanker at risk of a major oil spill from breaking apart or an explosion that could occur at any time: 3 min – 2022

There are different types of oil spills and also different types of cleaning methods: 6 min – 2021

Ocean Pollution & Preservation: Marine Protected Area

Lecture: Pollution in the Ocean

Ocean Pollution Facts for Kids

Dead zones: how chemical pollution is suffocating the sea

$1bn to save the ocean

University of Delaware: 65 min – 2022

Do you love beautiful oceans and marine animals? In this video you are going to learn about the major causes of ocean pollution and the effects of ocean pollution: 4 min – 2021

The Economist – Parts of the ocean are being starved of oxygen by chemical pollution from land. These so-called “dead zones” not only decimate marine life, but are contributing to climate change: 18 min – 2022

The Economist – We asked Sir David Attenborough and four other leading thinkers on ocean conservation how they would invest $1bn to protect the ocean. Some of their answers may surprise you: 12 min – 2020

Blue Bonds for Ocean Conservation

Is Saving a Life Enough to Save the Ocean?

TED – Island and coastal nations need to protect their waters in order for our oceans to stay healthy. But they often have lots of debt and aren’t able to prioritize ocean protection over other needs: 5 min – 2021

TEDx – Captain Peter Hammarstedt takes you along on the longest maritime pursuit in history, as the world’s most notorious fish poacher is brought to justice; and we confront our own problematic relationship with the ocean: 21 min – 2022