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Australia flights resume as volcanic ash disperses As Elaine Jung reports, the cloud of ash prompted flight cancellations but is now dispersing Australian airlines are resuming flights in and out of the northern city of Darwin after a volcanic ash
Auckland [ change ] Fine Max 16° Min 10° Indonesian Volcano not expected to delay NZ flights Michael Sergel, Newstalk ZB June 1, 2014, 2:39 pm A volcanic eruption in Indonesia isn't expected to cause any delays to flights from New Zealand. The ash
Senior meteorologist Mark Kersemakers told Fairfax Media the new eruptions would have little to no impact on Australia. We believe the ash we were tracking from the initial eruption on late Friday afternoon is the main issue and will dissipate in the
Perth and Bali have been cancelled due to the volcanic ash cloud...A big chunk of the internet thought this ad from the social networking site had something to do with beach orgies.
A Curtin University researcher has revealed that Australia's deadly eruptions, which occurred over 510 million years ago, were the significant reason behind the climate change that caused history's first known mass extinction.
Australia may be disrupted by a major volcanic eruption in Indonesia. All flights in and out of Darwin International Airport have been cancelled following the eruption of Sangeang Api, off the northeast coast of the Indonesian island of Sumbawa on
Many long-time locals say they have never seen it before, although some of the soft sticky mud that it is buried in has been uncovered in other parts of the beach on odd occasions in the past. Auckland geologist Bruce Hayward visited the newly
More Information Gov. Pat McCrorys fix for coal ash contamination became the first bill introduced in the N.C...Sen. Tom Apodaca, the Hendersonville Republican who chairs the Rules Committee, and Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Eden, filed the bill.
With the clatter of heavy machinery, the cleanup of the ash-laden Dan River will begin in earnest this week. The biggest ash deposit yet found in the Dan, following a Feb. 2 spill 25 miles upriver at Duke Energys Dan River power plant, lies on the
Boston baked in 90-degree temperatures soon followed by a freeze and a storm that dropped a foot of snow across the Northeast...Crops that weren't killed by the cold died in that summer's brutal drought. Similarly extreme weather conditions around