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Calgary Sun
Consider Grand Bahama for a quiet island getawayLooking for a low-key winter getaway or quiet spring break destination? Grand B
Consider Grand Bahama for a quiet island getaway
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 hours ago
Looking for a low-key winter getaway or quiet spring break destination? Grand Bahama may be your place. It's one of the main islands of the Gulf Stream-warmed Bahamas archipelago of 700 islands, cays and inlets sprawling across the waters off... Read more
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The Hill
As we respond to Zika, don't forgot about unintended consequencesAs the Zika virus continues to spread — now to more than 20 countries throughou
As we respond to Zika, don't forgot about unintended consequences
The Hill / Posted 8 hours ago
As the Zika virus continues to spread — now to more than 20 countries throughout the Americas — so too does the pressure to act. What compels our action is clear: The Zika virus is associated with, and seems the cause of, a surging number of cases of... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Traveling Outside: Underwater fly fishing in MauiRecently, on a family trip to Maui, my grandson Alain and I decided to try fly-
Traveling Outside: Underwater fly fishing in Maui
Juneau Empire / Posted 10 hours ago
Recently, on a family trip to Maui, my grandson Alain and I decided to try fly-fishing not only for different species, but in a way we’d never even heard of. Instead of fishing from shore, we fished underwater. The fish were in deep water, so we... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Richard Branson attacked by stingrayTycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation
Richard Branson attacked by stingray
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 hours ago
Tycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation trip in the Cayman Islands. Still passionate about protecting beautiful rays – even if I did get bitten at Stingray City... Read more
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The Age
Richard Branson attacked by stingrayTycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation
Richard Branson attacked by stingray
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Tycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation trip in the Cayman Islands. Still passionate about protecting beautiful rays – even if I did get bitten at Stingray City... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Richard Branson attacked by stingrayTycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation
Richard Branson attacked by stingray
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
Tycoon Richard Branson has been attacked by a stingray while on a conservation trip in the Cayman Islands. Still passionate about protecting beautiful rays – even if I did get bitten at Stingray City... Read more
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Science Daily
Herpes outbreak, other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching eventOne such event was documented even as it happened in a three-day period. It sho
Herpes outbreak, other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching event
Science Daily / Posted 21 hours ago
One such event was documented even as it happened in a three-day period. It showed how an explosion of three viral groups, including a herpes-like virus, occurred just as corals were bleaching in one part of the Great Barrier Reef off the east coast... Read more
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Newsmax
Richard Branson: Stingray Attack Was a Shark Kiss, Technically SpeakingRichard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Group, suffered a stingray a
Richard Branson: Stingray Attack Was a Shark Kiss, Technically Speaking
Newsmax / Posted 23 hours ago
Richard Branson, the billionaire founder of Virgin Group, suffered a stingray attack and a head injury that required stitches during his recent vacation in the Cayman Islands. "I’ve been in the wars this week over in the Cayman Islands. I was very... Read more
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PhysOrg
Herpes outbreak, other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching eventA major coral bleaching event took place on this part of the Great Barrier Reef
Herpes outbreak, other marine viruses linked to coral bleaching event
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
A major coral bleaching event took place on this part of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. Credit: Oregon State University A study at Oregon State University has concluded that significant outbreaks of viruses may be associated with coral... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Richard Branson attacked by stingray in Cayman IslandsTycoon Richard Branson was attacked by a stingray while on a conservation trip
Richard Branson attacked by stingray in Cayman Islands
Calgary Sun / Posted yesterday
Tycoon Richard Branson was attacked by a stingray while on a conservation trip in the Cayman Islands. The Virgin Records founder joined ocean conservationist Guy Harvey for a special swim with stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman this week and... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investorsJAKARTA: Indonesia has opened up 20 sectors that were previously closed off for
Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investors
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
JAKARTA: Indonesia has opened up 20 sectors that were previously closed off for foreign investors on the country's negative investment list. Among the sectors that now allow 100 per cent foreign ownership are warehousing and cold storage... Read more
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PhysOrg
Two new zoantharian species found on eunicid worms in the dark in the Indo-Pacific oceanOne of the new zoantharian species, Epizoanthus inazuma. Credit: Hiroki Kise Wh
Two new zoantharian species found on eunicid worms in the dark in the Indo-Pacific ocean
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
One of the new zoantharian species, Epizoanthus inazuma. Credit: Hiroki Kise While studying the abundant, yet poorly known fauna of the zoantharian Epizoanthus genus in the Indo-Pacific Ocean, Japanese graduate student Hiroki Kise and Dr. James Davis... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investorsJAKARTA: Indonesia has opened up 20 sectors that were previously closed off for
Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investors
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
JAKARTA: Indonesia has opened up 20 sectors that were previously closed off for foreign investors on the country's negative investment list. Among the sectors that now allow 100 per cent foreign ownership are warehousing and cold storage... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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News.com.au
Richard Branson attacked in paradiseOh no, Richard Branson! TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savag
Richard Branson attacked in paradise
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Oh no, Richard Branson! TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then cut his head open walking into a glass door. The Virgin billionaire said he was swimming with dozens of stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Richard Branson attacked in paradiseRichard Branson attacked by stingray: Photo | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keyword
Richard Branson attacked in paradise
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Richard Branson attacked by stingray: Photo | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then... Read more
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Perth Now
Richard Branson attacked in paradiseTYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then c
Richard Branson attacked in paradise
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then cut his head open walking into a glass door. The Virgin billionaire said he was swimming with dozens of stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman when he was bitten on the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Richard Branson attacked in paradiseTYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then c
Richard Branson attacked in paradise
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then cut his head open walking into a glass door. The Virgin billionaire said he was swimming with dozens of stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman when he was bitten on the... Read more
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News.com.au
Sometimes billionaires have the worst luckOh no, Richard Branson! TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savag
Sometimes billionaires have the worst luck
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Oh no, Richard Branson! TYCOON Richard Branson has told about how he was savaged by a stingray — then cut his head open walking into a glass door. The Virgin billionaire said he was swimming with dozens of stingrays off the coast of Grand Cayman... Read more
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Daily Mail
Richard Branson is attacked by a SHARK off of the Cayman IslandsRichard Branson is attacked by STINGRAY off the Cayman Islands: Entrepreneur sh
Richard Branson is attacked by a SHARK off of the Cayman Islands
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Richard Branson is attacked by STINGRAY off the Cayman Islands: Entrepreneur shows his injuries… and says he then cut his head open by walking into a glass door Virgin boss felt a 'painful sensation' on arm while swimming with stingrays He said:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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The Young Witness
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Western Advocate
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Manning River Times
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Explore Marine Parks Along the Kenyan CoastKenya is well known for its wildlife especially the Big Five. They are an attra
Explore Marine Parks Along the Kenyan Coast
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
Kenya is well known for its wildlife especially the Big Five. They are an attraction to local and foreign tourists. The game parks amazingly attract so many holidaymakers. This is a good precedence for the tourism sector. However, there is the... Read more
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The North West Star
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
12 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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The Courier
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg saysA bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and g
Bungle leaves 42 mining approvals in sensitive oceans unlawful, Josh Frydenberg says
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
A bureaucratic error has rendered eight years' worth of approvals for oil and gas operations in sensitive marine areas invalid, Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg has revealed, forcing the government and Labor to rush through laws to make the... Read more
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Perth Now
All about our Newspapers in Education seriesStudents focus on the Anzac spirit in The Sunday Times News in Education series
All about our Newspapers in Education series
Perth Now / Posted 2 days ago
Students focus on the Anzac spirit in The Sunday Times News in Education series for term 1, Forever Heroes, The Western Front. WELCOME to The Sunday Times Newspapers in Education series for 2016. Each school term we will provide you with excellent... Read more
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The North West Star
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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The Border Mail
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsPaul Ure and his wife Sylvia. Photo: Facebook In March 1970, Australian busine
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Paul Ure and his wife Sylvia. Photo: Facebook In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner stranded on a remote reef in the Tasman Sea, 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. More than 40... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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The Courier
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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The Young Witness
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Western Advocate
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Manning River Times
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsIn March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridg
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner resting on a remote reef 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge... Read more
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The Age
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs failsPaul Ure and his wife Sylvia. Photo: Facebook In March 1970, Australian busine
Ure family's claim for remote oil-rich reefs fails
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
Paul Ure and his wife Sylvia. Photo: Facebook In March 1970, Australian businessman Alexander Ure erected a sign on the bridge of a wrecked cargo liner stranded on a remote reef in the Tasman Sea, 600 kilometres east of Coffs Harbour. More than 40... Read more
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redOrbit
Newly-discovered fluorescent polyps light up sea snails in Red SeaFebruary 8, 2016 by John Hopton Marine creatures that give off a beautiful gl
Newly-discovered fluorescent polyps light up sea snails in Red Sea
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
February 8, 2016 by John Hopton Marine creatures that give off a beautiful glow have been discovered in coral reefs south of the Red Sea, according to a new report. Russian... Read more
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Science Daily
Study accurately dates coral loss at Great Barrier ReefProfessor Jian-xin Zhao from UQ's School of Earth Sciences said the photos were
Study accurately dates coral loss at Great Barrier Reef
Science Daily / Posted 3 days ago
Professor Jian-xin Zhao from UQ's School of Earth Sciences said the photos were a powerful visual tool often used to highlight the recent decline of the Great Barrier Reef. "These photographs taken from the late 19th Century onwards of two inshore... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
Talk centers on plants that may lead to curesSearching for plants that will lead to curing diseases has kept Paul Alan Cox t
Talk centers on plants that may lead to cures
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 3 days ago
Searching for plants that will lead to curing diseases has kept Paul Alan Cox traveling the world, protecting rain forests and coral reefs and studying patterns of wellness and disease among indigenous peoples. Cox, a renowned ethnobotanist, will... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study accurately dates coral loss at Great Barrier ReefDr Ai Nguyen performing column chemistry in UQ's world class Radiogenic Isotope
Study accurately dates coral loss at Great Barrier Reef
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Dr Ai Nguyen performing column chemistry in UQ's world class Radiogenic Isotope Facility (School of Earth Sciences) to separate uranium and thorium isotopes in the coral samples. Credit: Dr Tara Clark The timing of significant Great Barrier Reef... Read more
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