• NOVA -- Driving Dinosaur Diversity
    Driving Dinosaur Diversity
    So what is it with all this diversity?
    So what is it with all this diversity?
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:47
  • NOVA -- King of Gore
    King of Gore
    When you put flesh on the bones of Lythronax, it looks a lot like the most ...
    When you put flesh on the bones of Lythronax, it looks a lot like the most famous and fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:02:00
  • NOVA -- Dinosaur Fossils
    Dinosaur Fossils
    In an empty corner of Utah lies a very special landscape.
    In an empty corner of Utah lies a very special landscape.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:53
  • NOVA -- Mammal Survivors
    Mammal Survivors
    This amazing fossil leaf just popped out of this rock.
    This amazing fossil leaf just popped out of this rock.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:40
  • NOVA -- No Dinosaurs Above the Line
    No Dinosaurs Above the Line
    Tyler Lyson is a paleontologist who’s been digging up dinosaur fossils in ...
    Tyler Lyson is a paleontologist who’s been digging up dinosaur fossils in these badlands for more than 20 years.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:02:00
  • NOVA -- Hell Creek Formation
    Hell Creek Formation
    These are the North Dakota Badlands… thousands of square miles of arid gullies ...
    These are the North Dakota Badlands… thousands of square miles of arid gullies and buttes.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:10
  • NOVA -- A Fourteen-Foot Fish From Kansas
    A Fourteen-Foot Fish From Kansas
    14-foot-long fish in Kansas? Name me a living 14-foot fish.
    14-foot-long fish in Kansas? Name me a living 14-foot fish.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:38
  • NOVA -- Millions of Years Captured in Chalk
    Millions of Years Captured in Chalk
    Just outside the town of Oakley in Western Kansas some strange but spectacular ...
    Just outside the town of Oakley in Western Kansas some strange but spectacular shapes burst up out of the plains. They’re called the Monument Rocks.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:17
  • NOVA -- Ancient Life
    Ancient Life
    What I’m holding in my hands is a fossil, a stromatolite from North America. ...
    What I’m holding in my hands is a fossil, a stromatolite from North America. It’s almost 2 billion years old.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:00:28
  • NOVA -- Stromatolites Were Kings
    Stromatolites Were Kings
    When the sand is swept away the stromatolites are vulnerable to the seaweeds and ...
    When the sand is swept away the stromatolites are vulnerable to the seaweeds and coral that block the sun.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:05
  • NOVA -- Finding Stromatolites
    Finding Stromatolites
    We’re looking for one of the oldest organisms on our planet—but as we ...
    We’re looking for one of the oldest organisms on our planet—but as we descend there is not much sign of life.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:23
  • NOVA -- From Mud to Rock
    From Mud to Rock
    It’s the tough Manhattan schist rock that’s allowed the city’s skyscrapers ...
    It’s the tough Manhattan schist rock that’s allowed the city’s skyscrapers to soar.
    Air Date 10/22/2015
    0:01:36
  • NOVA -- New York's Mountains
    New York's Mountains
    Today these steel and concrete giants dominate New York’s skyline.
    Today these steel and concrete giants dominate New York’s skyline.
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:01:13
  • NOVA -- Manhattan Skyline
    Manhattan Skyline
    It's actually the geology that gives this very American city its very particular ...
    It's actually the geology that gives this very American city its very particular look.
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:00:52
  • NOVA -- Manhattan Schist
    Manhattan Schist
    All over the city you can see outcrops of bedrock. It’s called Manhattan ...
    All over the city you can see outcrops of bedrock. It’s called Manhattan schist, and it’s a clue to how the city—and the whole East Coast—was made.
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:01:13
  • NOVA -- Rockies 2.0
    Rockies 2.0
    But why is it that these layers that were once horizontal are now standing on ...
    But why is it that these layers that were once horizontal are now standing on their heads? What was the force that was strong enough to push up hundreds of feet of layered rock up into the sky?
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:02:00
  • NOVA -- Volcanoes of Sand
    Volcanoes of Sand
    What we found were strangely regular circles in the sandstone. Some of them ...
    What we found were strangely regular circles in the sandstone. Some of them lined up like a string of pearls. What could have made them?
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:01:33
  • NOVA -- Fossilized Sand Dunes
    Fossilized Sand Dunes
    This is Zion Canyon. Its 2000-foot sandstone cliffs are among the tallest of ...
    This is Zion Canyon. Its 2000-foot sandstone cliffs are among the tallest of their kind on the planet.
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:01:15
  • NOVA -- Tearing North America Apart
    Tearing North America Apart
    I’m looking a map of the Midwest of the United States and I’m seeing is the ...
    I’m looking a map of the Midwest of the United States and I’m seeing is the distribution of these basalt flows.
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:01:01
  • NOVA -- Five Steps of Volcanic Rock
    Five Steps of Volcanic Rock
    These falls are the record of a series of volcanic eruptions that happened in ...
    These falls are the record of a series of volcanic eruptions that happened in this area. So we have five steps in these falls, and you can think of each of those steps, each of these layers as another ...
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:00:26
  • NOVA -- Semi-Precious Pebbles
    Semi-Precious Pebbles
    Where you find agates, volcanoes, the source of the gas bubbles, are usually not ...
    Where you find agates, volcanoes, the source of the gas bubbles, are usually not far way. And just a stone’s throw from the beach—at Gooseberry Falls—I find a landscape made of nothing but ...
    Air Date 10/21/2015
    0:00:57