The Water cycle

New Zealand, 1972

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Illustrates how water is artificially trapped for power generation as well as a water supply for domestic, rural and industrial purposes. Dangers of pollution are emphasised, particularly the discharge of raw sewage into rivers and the sea.

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Ron Bowie

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New Zealand National Film Unit


Philip McDonald



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