||Sound (French), b&w, 17 min. 1) Funded by the Greek government and American aid, a research ship of the Greek Hydrobiological Institute measures the plankton available in local Aegean waters and determines the number and type of fish in an effort to put the nation's fishing industry on a sound basis. 2) Much of the soil of Holland must be won from the sea: views of the 20-mile-long dike which turned the Zuider Zee into an inland lake, the IJsselmeer, and new farmland. Such expertise allows Dutch researchers to construct a working model to determine how best to turn Zonguldak in Turkey into a more efficient port. 3) In Austria, in the mountains of the Ems River, experts are finding new ways to bring electric power to the farmers of the remotest villages to aid in plowing and harvesting and in the transportation of livestock. 1953-1954. Credits: Hydraulics, Supervisor: Victor Vicas; Filmmakers: Jacques Curtis, Joe Fallets, Maurice Harley, Wim Huender, Harald Kubens, James McKechnie, Georges Regnier, Edmond Sechan, Julian Spiro, Franco Vitrotti, Alan Waple. Produced, edited and written by Peter Baylis, Cinetone Studios, Amsterdam, for MSA/E. See "ONE-TWO-THREE (series)" for more information.