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...director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland and the research team's chief scientist.The Hawaii reef...Gonzalez-Rivero, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Queensland and a member of the survey crew, said the team uses similar...
What others say: Statements hurt Obama's image around the world

...allies.Speaking in the coal-producing Australian state of Queensland earlier this month during the G-20 Brisbane economic summit...Australian political columnist, during the resulting furor. Some Queensland leaders were so insulted by Obama's remarks that they've...

...behavior at UNH, and professors from Indiana University Southeast, the University of South Alabama, and the University of Queensland.Harvey said it can be a tough situation for managers, who might find that any critical feedback or unpopular decisions...
Armchair fishin'

...dark, they eat like pigs and fight like tigers. The IGFA All-Tackle World Record barramundi was caught on Lake Monduran, Queensland, Austalia, in 2010. It weighed 98 pounds, 6 ounces. One of the best things about armchair fishing is that the fishing...
Fishing | Outdoors
Reader: Why would we want to repeat disaster?

...cleanup costs. We also risk Cook Inlet fisheries by transporting ore slurry through Cook Inlet in unescorted tankers. In Queensland Australia, the Mount Morgan mine caused fish die-offs in Dee River downstream from mine runoff. The gold mine shut down...
Community News

...grandparents are Lee and Peggy Larson, of Soldotna, Tim and Crystal Closson, of Sandpoint, Idaho, and Deborah Stokes, of Queensland, Australia. Johnsons have a daughter Chad and Lindsay Johnson announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Jean Johnson...
Alicia Heath

...Heath was born Dec. 24, 1981, in Fairbanks. She graduated from Kenai Central High School in 2000. She attended Central Queensland University in Australia and was a student at UAA at the time of her death. She lived in Fairbanks from 1981 until 1983...

Opens Friday, Sep 14, 2012 Synopsis: Supermarket shoppers battle man-eating sharks when a tsunami plunges a coastal resort under water, and the perfect predator gets a whole new stalking ground. Queensland, Australia: The weather is perfect, the water is blue, and the vacationers at a luxury resort file into an underground supermarket to stock up for another day in paradise. Just then, an armed madman bursts in with an itchy trigger finger, and a desperate gleam in his eye. Little do the frightened hostages realize, he will soon be the least of their worries; the waters around Queensland are rising fast, and before long the store will be completely submerged. When that happens, the aisles will be filled with hungry tiger sharks in search of a fresh meal. Now, in order to avoid becoming the Catch of the Day, the desperate shoppers must band together, and show the sharks who's really at the top of the food chain. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Cast: Julian McMahon, Xavier Samuel, Sharni Vinson, Cariba Heine, Alice Parkinson Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review



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