||Tar Creek /
|| Jump the Fence Productions,
Tar Creek (Okla and Kan)--History ;
Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Hazardous waste sites--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Hazardous waste site remediation--Law and legislation--United States ;
Soil remediation--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Mine soils--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Soils--Effect of mining on--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Mineral industries--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Ottawa County ;
Abandoned mines--Oklahoma--Ottawa County
||Region 6 Library/Dallas,TX
||1 videodisc (73 min.) : s.d., color ; 4 3/4 in.
Full-length version (96 min.) originally released as a motion picture in 2009. This disc is a DVD-R and may fail to play on some equipment.
"This environmental documentary examines the Tar Creek Superfund Site, a stretch of Oklahoma heartland that has long been profoundly damaged by zinc and lead mining. The piece looks back as far as 100 years into Tar Creek's history (when the U.S. government removed Native Americans from the land), and traces the many offenses that have been committed against the area and its people over the past century"--Carly Wray, All Movie Guide.