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Credits
Executive ProducerUSGS Coastal and Marine Geology
ProducersDAPS Group
DirectorClint Steele
Associate DirectorsCarolyn Degnan
Dan Mosier
Casting DirectorCarolyn Degnan
CinematographerClint Steele
EditorsClint Steele
Carolyn Degnan
Trainee Assistant EditorNicholas Degnan
First Assistant CameraDan Mosier
Camera and VideoHank Chezar
Lighting DesignerHank Chezar
Location ManagersDAPS Group
Location SetsNancy Soderberg
Hank Chezar
Chris Gutmacher
Property MastersSue Hunt
Mike Torresan
Clint Steele
Carolyn Degnan
Set DesignersClint Steele
Dan Mosier
Carolyn Degnan
Chief ResearchersCarolyn Degnan
Hank Chezar
Key Dresser (Wardrobe)Dan Mosier
Wardrobe DressersNicholas Degnan
Judy Steele
Diana Collins
Unit Publicist Helen Gibbons
AdvertisingHelen Gibbons
Carolyn Degnan
Diana Collins
Clint Steele
Still PhotographersHelen Gibbons
Chris Gutmacher
Mike Diggles
Carolyn Degnan
Sign PaintersDiana Collins
Phil Stoffer
Helen Gibbons
Animal WranglerCarolyn Degnan

No animals were harmed during filming of this event.

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