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AUSTRALIA-CROPS/
RTR2NOAI
June 15, 2011
Mature grain ready for harvesting stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn, about 80km (50 miles) northeast...
Goulburn, Australia
Mature grain ready for harvesting stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn
Mature grain ready for harvesting stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn, about 80km (50 miles) northeast of Canberra, December 15, 2009. Australia wheat exports could jump nearly 9 percent to a record high in 2011-12, with favourable weather helping the winter crop in what is usually the world's fourth-biggest exporter, the government's chief commodities forecaster said on June 15, 2011. Picture taken December 15, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
AUSTRALIA/
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March 07, 2010
Motorists walk around their stationary cars while caught in a major traffic jam caused by a truck accident...
Goulburn, Australia
Motorists walk around their stationary cars while caught in a major traffic jam caused by a truck accident...
Motorists walk around their stationary cars while caught in a major traffic jam caused by a truck accident on the Hume Highway near Goulburn, March 7, 2010. The state road and traffic authority reported that the accident caused a 25 km (15 miles) long traffic jam. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXRVTM
December 16, 2009
Mature grain, ready for harvesting, stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn, about 80km (50 miles) northeast...
Goulburn, Australia
Mature grain, ready for harvesting, stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn
Mature grain, ready for harvesting, stands in a farmer's field near Goulburn, about 80km (50 miles) northeast of Canberra December 15, 2009. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXJYWM
May 20, 2009
A cow searches for food on a barren paddock at a farm near Goulburn, about 80 kms (50 miles) northeast...
Goulburn, Australia
Cow searches for food on a barren paddock near Goulburn
A cow searches for food on a barren paddock at a farm near Goulburn, about 80 kms (50 miles) northeast of Canberra as storm clouds threaten overhead May 20, 2009. Storms caused flooding as they battered parts of eastern Australia on Wednesday, however large parts of the country continue to endure punishing drought. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Q1A9
May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1Q1A8
May 24, 2007
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked...
Goulburn, Australia
A Common Wombat lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside...
A Common Wombat, one of three species of wombat, lies dead on the side of a highway with its belly marked with a red cross just outside the city of Goulburn, located 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 24, 2007. The largest-sized species, the Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat known as Australia's rarest marsupial, with only a single colony of around 110 living in a fenced-off area in the northern state of Queensland, has been listed in an American scientific magazine as an animal that faces extinction within a decade. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
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February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his cattle on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW6D
February 02, 2007
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 kilometres (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 2, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW6A
February 02, 2007
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Sheep huddle together near a dam on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW68
February 02, 2007
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands...
Cars pass a sign regarding water restrictions on the outskirts of the drought-affected southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW66
February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks out of his disused shearing shed on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW65
February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW63
February 02, 2007
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
Goulburn, Australia
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of...
A windmill and dead tree are seen on a drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW61
February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected property...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone walks through a row of River She-ok trees on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW5W
February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LW5R
February 02, 2007
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Weatherstone inspects a drinking trough on his drought-affected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (124 miles) southwest of Sydney February 2, 2007. The U.N. climate panel issued its strongest warning yet on Friday that human activities are heating the planet, putting extra pressure on governments to do more to combat accelerating global warming. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the most authoritative group on warming which groups 2,500 scientists from more than 130 nations, predicted more severe rains, melting glaciers, droughts and heatwaves and a slow rise in sea levels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
Environment
Environment
Drought in Australia - 01 Feb 2007
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GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWR
February 01, 2007
A dog stands guard as farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property...
Goulburn, Australia
A dog stands guard as farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near...
A dog stands guard as farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWQ
February 01, 2007
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city...
Goulburn, Australia
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city...
A dead tree can be seen on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWM
February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWK
February 01, 2007
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWJ
February 01, 2007
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Sheep graze on a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWE
February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen inspects his drought-effected property with his dogs near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen inspects his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city...
Australian farmer John Christensen inspects his drought-effected property with his dogs near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWB
February 01, 2007
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
A sheep walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUWA
February 01, 2007
Farmer John Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the...
Goulburn, Australia
Farmer Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Farmer John Christensen poses with one of his newborn Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney, February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUW5
February 01, 2007
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn,...
A cow walks across a drought-effected paddock on a property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120miles) south-west of Sydney, February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUW3
February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near...
Australian farmer John Christensen gets hay to hand-feed his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 kilometres (120miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUW0
February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
GLOBALWARMING/
RTR1LUVZ
February 01, 2007
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Goulburn, Australia
Farmer Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands...
Australian farmer John Christensen hand-feeds his Alpacas on his drought-effected property near the southern-tablelands city of Goulburn, located 200 km (120 miles) south-west of Sydney February 1, 2007. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will release a long-awaited report assessing the human link to pollution, global warming and climate change in Paris on February 2, 2007. A draft of the report, which draws on research by 2,500 scientists from more than 130 countries, projects a big rise in temperatures this century and warns of more heatwaves, floods, droughts and rising sea levels linked to greenhouses gases released mainly by the use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1ISTN
October 29, 2006
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn...
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) south-west of Sydney October 29, 2006. The drought, said by some experts to be Australia's worst ever, has taken the political centre stage in recent days as forecasters slash outlooks for agricultural production. Picture was taken through a car window during a dust storm. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1ISTL
October 29, 2006
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn...
Grazing cattle raise a cloud of dust as they scratch for food on a drought affected farm near Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) south-west of Sydney October 29, 2006. The drought, said by some experts to be Australia's worst ever, has taken the political centre stage in recent days as forecasters slash outlooks for agricultural production. Picture was taken through a car window during a dust storm. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
TURNER
RTXONGZ
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner looks at one of his paddocks turned brown by...
Goulburn, Australia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner looks at one of his paddocks turned brown b.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner looks at one of his paddocks turned brown by recurring drought, on his property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of [Sydney] May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006.
AUSTRALIA
RTXONGY
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- The Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a water supply for the...
Goulburn, Australia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- The Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a water supply for th.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- The Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a water supply for the city of Goulburn, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of [Sydney], is seen empty May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006.
TURNER
RTXONGN
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner opens up the fleece of one of his Merino sheep...
Goulburn, Australia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner opens up the fleece of one of his Merino sh.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner opens up the fleece of one of his Merino sheep on his property near Goulburn, 150 kilometres (93 miles) southwest of [Sydney] May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006.
TURNER
RTXONGM
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner stands in a pen as some of his Merino sheep...
Goulburn, Australia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner stands in a pen as some of his Merino sheep.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner stands in a pen as some of his Merino sheep pass by on his property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of [Sydney] May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006.
TURNER
RTXONGL
May 26, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner and his dog Sally walk through one of his paddocks...
Goulburn, Australia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner and his dog Sally walk through one of his p.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12MAY06- Australian wool grower Alix Turner and his dog Sally walk through one of his paddocks turned brown by recurring drought on Turner's property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of [Sydney] May 12, 2006. Picture taken May 12, 2006.
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRT1
May 26, 2006
Cracked and dry mud is seen on the bank of the empty Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
Cracked and dry mud is seen on the bank of the empty Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a former water supply for the city of Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRSY
May 26, 2006
Australian wool grower Alix Turner looks at one of his paddocks turned brown by recurring drought, on...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
Australian wool grower Alix Turner looks at one of his paddocks turned brown by recurring drought, on his property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline in changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRSU
May 26, 2006
Australian wool grower Alix Turner and his dog Sally walk through one of his paddocks turned brown by...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
Australian wool grower Alix Turner and his dog Sally walk through one of his paddocks turned brown by recurring drought on Turner's property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney May 12, 2006. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRST
May 26, 2006
Australian wool grower Alix Turner stands in a pen as some of his Merino sheep pass by on his property...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
Australian wool grower Alix Turner stands in a pen as some of his Merino sheep pass by on his property near Goulburn, 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRRO
May 26, 2006
The Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a water supply for the city of Goulburn, about...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
The Pejar Dam, in the heart of sheep grazing country and a water supply for the city of Goulburn, about 150 km (93 miles) southwest of Sydney, is seen empty May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
TEXTILES AUSTRALIA WOOL
RTR1DRRL
May 26, 2006
Australian wool grower Alix Turner opens up the fleece of one of his Merino sheep on his property near...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool
Australian wool grower Alix Turner opens up the fleece of one of his Merino sheep on his property near Goulburn, 150 kilometres (93 miles) southwest of Sydney May 12, 2006. Wool growers on Australia's eastern grazing lands are facing hardship in the wake of another drought, a slow decline from changing fashions and soft wool prices. Picture taken May 12, 2006. To match feature Textiles-Australia-Wool REUTERS/Will Burgess
AUSTRALIA
RTXNK31
June 19, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - The spillway at Pejar Dam stands dry and unused as the remaining pool of water...
Goulburn, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - The spillway at Pejar Dam stands dry and unused as the remaining pool of wat.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - The spillway at Pejar Dam stands dry and unused as the remaining pool of water shrinks in the distance near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNK30
June 19, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits swimming on Pejar Dam appears stranded near...
Goulburn, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits swimming on Pejar Dam appears stranded n.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits swimming on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water mark near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNK2Z
June 19, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits boating on Pejar Dam appears stranded near...
Goulburn, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits boating on Pejar Dam appears stranded ne.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign that prohibits boating on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water mark near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNK2T
June 19, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply...
Goulburn, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water suppl.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for 25,000 people in the eastern Australian town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNK2S
June 19, 2005
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign indicates severe water restrictions in the town of Goulburn,...
Goulburn, Australia
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign indicates severe water restrictions in the town of Goul.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 27MAY05 - A local council sign indicates severe water restrictions in the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNJMU
June 05, 2005
Sheep jostle for position as they are hand fed grain by farmer Tony Morrison near Goulburn, about 170...
Goulburn, Australia
Sheep jostle for position as they are hand fed grain by farmer Tony Morrison near Goulburn, about 17.....
Sheep jostle for position as they are hand fed grain by farmer Tony Morrison near Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) southwest of Sydney May 31, 2005. Eastern Australia is into the third month of the worst drought farmers can remember, more severe than the 2002 drought which the weather bureau classes the worst in a century. Picture taken May 31, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNJMT
June 05, 2005
Australian farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometre.....
Australian farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) southwest of Sydney May 31, 2005. Eastern Australia is into the third month of the worst drought farmers can remember, more severe than the 2002 drought which the weather bureau classes the worst in a century. Picture taken May 31, 2005.
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT
RTRDEGU
May 31, 2005
Sheep jostle for position as they are hand fed grain by farmer Tony Morrison near Goulburn, about 170...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-drought.
Sheep jostle for position as they are hand fed grain by farmer Tony Morrison near Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) southwest of Sydney May 31, 2005. Eastern Australia is into the third month of the worst drought farmers can remember - more severe than the 2002 drought which the weather bureau classes the worst in a century. Picture taken May 31, 2005. To match feature Australia-drought REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/TC
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT
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May 31, 2005
Australian farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-drought.
Australian farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) southwest of Sydney May 31, 2005. Eastern Australia is into the third month of the worst drought farmers can remember - more severe than the 2002 drought which the weather bureau classes the worst in a century. Picture taken May 31, 2005. To match feature Australia-drought REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT
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May 31, 2005
Australian Farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres...
Goulburn, Australia
Australian Farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 ...
Australian Farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 kilometres southwest of Sydney. Australian Farmer Tony Morrison inspects an empty dam on his farm near Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) southwest of Sydney, May 31, 2005. Australia's farmers, battling the worst drought in a century, received an extra A$250 million ($189 million) in government support on Monday as residents in the nation's biggest city braced for tougher water restrictions. Photograph taken May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT WATER
RTREUI7
May 27, 2005
The spillway at Pejar Dam stands dry and unused as the remaining pool of water shrinks in the distance...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-Drought-Water.
The spillway at Pejar Dam stands dry and unused as the remaining pool of water shrinks in the distance near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005. To match feature Australia-Drought-Water. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/VP
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT WATER
RTREUI2
May 27, 2005
A local council sign that prohibits swimming on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-Drought-Water.
A local council sign that prohibits swimming on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water mark near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005. To match feature Australia-Drought-Water. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/VP
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT WATRER
RTREUHV
May 27, 2005
A local council sign that prohibits boating on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water mark...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-Drought-Water.
A local council sign that prohibits boating on Pejar Dam appears stranded near the usual high water mark near the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005. To match feature Australia-Drought-Water. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/VP
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT WATER
RTREUHN
May 27, 2005
Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for 25,000 people in the...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-Drought-Water.
Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for 25,000 people in the eastern Australian town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005. To match feature Australia-Drought-Water. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/VP
AUSTRALIA DROUGHT WATER
RTREUHF
May 27, 2005
A local council sign indicates severe water restrictions in the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres...
Goulburn, Australia
To match feature Australia-Drought-Water.
A local council sign indicates severe water restrictions in the town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Severe drought is drying up drinking water in cities and towns across Australia, threatening to shut down major population centres but also creating conditions for a revolution in water use. Photo taken on May 27, 2005. To match feature Australia-Drought-Water. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/VP
AUSTRALIA
RTRCLAS
May 27, 2005
About 700 megalitres of water remains in the middle of the 9000 megalitre Pejar Dam, the main water supply...
multiple cities, Australia
About 700 megalitres of water remains in the middle of the 9000 megalitre Pejar Dam, the main ...
About 700 megalitres of water remains in the middle of the 9000 megalitre Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 people in Goulburn. About 700 megalitres of water remains in the middle of the 9000 megalitre Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 people in the eastern Australian town of Goulburn, about 170 kilometres (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Pejar Dam's capacity has dropped to less than eight percent as the worst drought in 100 years lingers on in many areas of eastern Australia. The drought will cut Australias official forecast of winter crops a government agency said on Friday. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
AUSTRALIA
RTRCL0A
May 27, 2005
Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 people...
Goulburn, Australia
Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 ...
Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 people in the eastern Australian town of Goulburn. Parched earth surrounds the release tower at Pejar Dam, the main water supply for over 24,000 people in the eastern Australian town of Goulburn, about 170 km (105 miles) south west of Sydney, May 27, 2005. Pejar Dam's capacity has dropped to less than eight percent as the worst drought in 100 years lingers on in many areas of eastern Australia. The drought will cut Australias official forecast of winter crops, a government agency said on Friday. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
AUSTRALIA BIGTHINGS
RTRUCO
January 18, 2002
A 15.2-metre (50-foot) tall tourist attraction known as the "Big
Merino" sits in the rural city of Goulburn...
Goulburn, Australia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AUSTRALIA-BIGTHINGS.
A 15.2-metre (50-foot) tall tourist attraction known as the "Big
Merino" sits in the rural city of Goulburn on January 18, 2002. A giant
concrete sheep, a massive fibreglass banana and a huge pink prawn are
among a list of over 100 oversized roadside oddities enjoying a retro
revival in Australia. REUTERS/Belinda Goldsmith TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE
STORY AUSTRALIA-BIGTHINGS

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