FV P 203
The College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences Motion Picture Films and Videotapes consist of moving images recorded and assembled by the College, primarily for instructional use. The collection includes films pertaining to oceanographic research, deep water drilling, and offshore oil and gas operations; videotapes of meterology lectures; and videotapes of marine resource management seminars on the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and Pacific Northwest fisheries. Oceanography research began at Oregon State College in 1954 and the School of Oceanography was established in 1972.
2 cubic feet, including 52 videotapes and 6 film reels; 4 boxes
Other moving images pertaining to oceanographic research and marine resources are part of the Extension and Experiment Station Communications Moving Images (FV P 120), Hatfield Marine Science Center Videotapes (FV P 254), Oceanography: The Making of a Science Videotapes (FV P 236), and the Oregon Sea Grant Communications Moving Images (FV P 185). Moving image footage pertaining to fisheries is included in these collections as well as the Fisheries and Wildlife Department Motion Picture Films and Videotapes (FV P 243). The Archives collections also include the College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences (RG 173) and Atmospheric Sciences Department (RG 167) Records.