Secondary Catalogue

Series: The Cycles


The Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Cycle

The carbon cycle has played a critical role in the history of our planet. Found everywhere on earth, in the oceans and the atmosphere, carbon is also crucial to the life of animals, plants and bacteria. This motion-graphics based clip outlines...Show More
The Nitrogen Cycle

The Nitrogen Cycle

The continuously moving nitrogen cycle is essential to life on earth. Found in the cells of all living things, it is also the most common gas in our atmosphere. This motion-graphics based clip looks at how nitrogen is removed from the atmosphere,...Show More
The Phosphorus Cycle

The Phosphorus Cycle

Phosphorus is an essential nutrient for all plant and animal life inhabiting the earth, including marine and fresh water environments. The key steps of the phosphorus cycle: weathering and erosion of phosphorus rich rock; how phosphates move into...Show More
The Water Cycle (Advanced)

The Water Cycle (Advanced)

Water is one of our planet's most important substances. It sustains all living organisms and enables many crucial biological, chemical and physical processes to occur. This motion-graphics based clip explains the processes involved in the water...Show More
The Water Cycle (Basic)

The Water Cycle (Basic)

When scientists search for life on other planets, the first thing they look for is the presence of water. On Earth, water exists naturally in solid, liquid and gas states, and is essential to all forms of life. This motion-graphics based clip...Show More