Extremeophiles and Extreme Environments

Film: Invisible Yellowstone

By Keith Cowing
November 27, 2007

Yellowstone research conducted by astrobiologists from NAI’s new Montana State Team is highlighted in the new 30-minute film called “Invisible Yellowstone,” produced by MSU’s Thermal Biology Institute and MSU’s Science and Natural History filmmaking program. Footage from the film was featured in an episode of National Geographic’s Wild Chronicles television program, which can be previewed by visiting the TBI webpage: http://www.tbi.montana.edu/media/movieclips.html, and selecting #2 TBI Wild Chronicles. It is also available via DVD by contacting Susan Kelly at [email protected].

[Source: NAI Newsletter]

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