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USA-TRUMP/KEYSTONE
RTS13068
April 19, 2017
Art and Helen Tanderup's farm near Neligh, Nebraska, U.S. is similar to many around it with it's gently...
NELIGH, UNITED STATES
Art and Helen Tanderup's farm near Neligh, Nebraska, U.S. is similar to many around it with it's gently...
Art and Helen Tanderup's farm near Neligh, Nebraska, U.S. is similar to many around it with it's gently sloped fields, hand-planted tree-lined borders and thin topsoil, April 12, 2017. Picture taken April 12, 2017. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom
BRAZIL-WATER/
RTX27JQ0
February 18, 2016
Paula, 7, poses with her horse on the cracked ground of Atibainha dam, part of the Cantareira reservoir,...
NAZARE PAULISTA, Brazil
Paula poses with her horse on the cracked ground of Atibainha dam
Paula, 7, poses with her horse on the cracked ground of Atibainha dam, part of the Cantareira reservoir, in Nazare Paulista, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 12, 2015. Picture taken February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Nacho Doce TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA/
RTX132NG
August 31, 2013
University of South Florida assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle (C) speaks to her excavation team at...
Marianna, UNITED STATES
University of South Florida assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle speaks to her excavation team at the...
University of South Florida assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle (C) speaks to her excavation team at the Boot Hill cemetery at the now closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, August 31, 2013. Thirty one metal crosses mark a cemetery on the property, but ground penetrating radar shows 19 possible burial sites that are unmarked. The researchers are sifting through topsoil looking for human remains. REUTERS/Edmund D Fountain/POOL (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX132NE
August 31, 2013
USF assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle hugs Elmore Bryant on the site of the Boot Hill cemetery at...
Marianna, UNITED STATES
USF assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle hugs Elmore Bryant on the site of the Boot Hill cemetery at...
USF assistant professor Dr. Erin Kimmerle hugs Elmore Bryant on the site of the Boot Hill cemetery at the now closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, August 31, 2013. Thirty one metal crosses mark a cemetery on the property, but ground penetrating radar shows 19 possible burial sites that are unmarked. The researchers are sifting through topsoil looking for human remains. REUTERS/Edmund D Fountain/POOL (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX132ND
August 31, 2013
University of South Florida student volunteer Paige Phillips sifts dirt at the Boot Hill Cemetery at...
Marianna, UNITED STATES
University of South Florida student volunteer Paige Phillips sifts dirt at the Boot Hill Cemetery at...
University of South Florida student volunteer Paige Phillips sifts dirt at the Boot Hill Cemetery at the now closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, August 31, 2013. Thirty one metal crosses mark a cemetery on the property, but ground penetrating radar shows 19 possible burial sites that are unmarked. The researchers are sifting through topsoil looking for human remains. REUTERS/Edmund D Fountain/POOL (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX132NB
August 31, 2013
USF student volunteer Liotta Noche-Dowdy writes during the exhumation of suspected graves at the now...
Marianna, UNITED STATES
USF student volunteer Liotta Noche-Dowdy writes during the exhumation of suspected graves at the now...
USF student volunteer Liotta Noche-Dowdy writes during the exhumation of suspected graves at the now closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, August 31, 2013. Thirty one metal crosses mark a cemetery on the property, but ground penetrating radar shows 19 possible burial sites that are unmarked. The researchers are sifting through topsoil looking for human remains. REUTERS/Edmund D Fountain/POOL (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA/
RTX132NA
August 31, 2013
A team of anthropologists from the University of South Florida began exhuming suspected graves at the...
Marianna, UNITED STATES
A team of anthropologists from the University of South Florida began exhuming suspected graves at the...
A team of anthropologists from the University of South Florida began exhuming suspected graves at the now closed Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida, August 31, 2013. Thirty one metal crosses mark a cemetery on the property, but ground penetrating radar shows 19 possible burial sites that are unmarked. The researchers are sifting through topsoil looking for human remains. REUTERS/Edmund D Fountain/POOL (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
PERU/
RTR3BGFB
December 11, 2012
Student Brenda D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition and biodegradation...
Lima, Peru
D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags, to study decomposition and biodegradation processes of forest...
Student Brenda D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition and biodegradation process of forest topsoil, as she studies climate change in the forest, at Tambopata National Reserve in Madre de Dios, December 3, 2012. Scientists and students are conducting research into the carbon recycling and dynamics of the rainforest from a 42-meter observation tower, which, according to the researchers, is the first of its kind in the Amazon rainforest outside Brazil. Picture taken December 3, 2012. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT)
PERU/
RTR3BGES
December 11, 2012
Students from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica Emiliano Deustua and Brenda D'Acunha set up monitoring...
Lima, Peru
Students from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica set up monitoring equipment to study decomposition...
Students from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica Emiliano Deustua and Brenda D'Acunha set up monitoring equipment to study the decomposition and biodegradation processes of forest topsoil at the Tambopata National Reserve, in Madre de Dios, December 4, 2012. Scientists and students are conducting research into the carbon recycling and dynamics of the rainforest from the 42-meter observation tower, which, according to the researchers, is the first of its kind in the Amazon rainforest outside Brazil. Picture taken December 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT)
PERU/
RTR3BGEI
December 11, 2012
Student Brenda D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition and biodegradation...
Lima, Peru
D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags as she studies climate change in the forest in Madre de Dios...
Student Brenda D'Acunha covers dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition and biodegradation process of forest topsoil, as she studies climate change in the forest, at Tambopata National Reserve in Madre de Dios, December 3, 2012. Scientists and students are conducting research into the carbon recycling and dynamics of the rainforest from a 42-meter observation tower, which, according to the researchers, is the first of its kind in the Amazon rainforest outside Brazil. Picture taken December 3, 2012. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT)
PERU/
RTR3BGEF
December 11, 2012
Student Brenda D'Acunha and Professor Eric Cosio cover dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition...
Lima, Peru
D'Acunha and Cosio cover dry leaf samples with bags as they study climate change in the forest, in Madre...
Student Brenda D'Acunha and Professor Eric Cosio cover dry leaf samples with bags, to study the decomposition and biodegradation process of forest topsoil, as they study climate change in the forest, at Tambopata National Reserve in Madre de Dios, December 3, 2012. Scientists and students are conducting research into the carbon recycling and dynamics of the rainforest from a 42-meter observation tower, which, according to the researchers, is the first of its kind in the Amazon rainforest outside Brazil. Picture taken December 3, 2012. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTXQGDV
September 23, 2009
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust...
Sydney, Australia
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2861W
September 23, 2009
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust...
Sydney, Australia
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2861R
September 23, 2009
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House, photographed at 6:15 am (top) and 12:30 pm...
Sydney, Australia
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House, photographed at 6:15 am (top) and 12:30 pm on September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2860S
September 23, 2009
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust...
Sydney, Australia
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise
A dust storm blankets Sydney's iconic Opera House at sunrise September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE: GF2E5B61PLT01
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2860Q
September 23, 2009
A combination of two images of boats passing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, photographed at 6:00 am...
Sydney, Australia
A combination of two images of boats passing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge
A combination of two images of boats passing under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, photographed at 6:00 am (top) and 12:15 pm on September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2860M
September 23, 2009
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline, photographed at 6:30 am...
Sydney, Australia
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline, photographed at 6:30 am (top) and 12:45 pm on September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2860I
September 23, 2009
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline, photographed at 6:30 am...
Sydney, Australia
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline
A combination of two images of the Sydney central business district skyline, photographed at 6:30 am (top) and 12:45 pm, on September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT CITYSCAPE)
AUSTRALIA-WEATHER/
RTR2860E
September 23, 2009
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House, photographed at 6:15am (top) and 12:30pm,...
Sydney, Australia
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House
A combination of two images of Sydney's iconic Opera House, photographed at 6:15am (top) and 12:30pm, on September 23, 2009. A huge outback dust storm swept eastern Australia and blanketed Sydney on Wednesday, disrupting transport, forcing people indoors and stripping thousands of tonnes of valuable farmland topsoil. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/CROPS
RTX7GWP
June 29, 2008
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge, Iowa, June 27, 2008. Levees on the cresting...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge, Iowa, June 27, 2008. Levees on the cresting Mississippi River held on Sunday as the worst U.S. Midwest flooding in 15 years began to ebb, but multibillion-dollar crop losses may boost world food prices for years. Picture taken June 27. REUTERS/Kevin Sanders (UNITED STATES)
USA-FLOODING/CROPS
RTX7GWN
June 29, 2008
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge, Iowa, June 27, 2008. Levees on the cresting...
Cambridge, UNITED STATES
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge
The topsoil of a corn field is washed away near Cambridge, Iowa, June 27, 2008. Levees on the cresting Mississippi River held on Sunday as the worst U.S. Midwest flooding in 15 years began to ebb, but multibillion-dollar crop losses may boost world food prices for years. Picture taken June 27. REUTERS/Kevin Sanders (UNITED STATES)
USA-CHINA/PAULSON
RTR1SDY0
July 30, 2007
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing...
Qinghai Lake, China
U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil erosion at Qinghai Lake in western China July 30, 2007. Paulson stopped at the lake, threatened by global warming, to highlight China's environmental challenges, before visits in Beijing with top government officials. REUTERS/David Lawder (CHINA)
USA-CHINA/PAULSON
RTR1SDXS
July 30, 2007
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing...
Qinghai Lake, China
U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (R) is briefed on advancing desert sand dunes caused by overgrazing and topsoil erosion at Qinghai Lake in western China July 30, 2007. Paulson stopped at the lake, threatened by global warming, to highlight China's environmental challenges, before visits in Beijing with top government officials. REUTERS/David Lawder (CHINA)
USA
RTXOU7H
July 12, 2006
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public...
WESTLAND, USA
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a pub.....
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children played in the shallow mud pit that holds 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water.
USA
RTR1FETQ
July 12, 2006
Children run into a mud pit containing 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water at the start of...
WESTLAND, USA
Children run into mud pit the start of annual Mud Day event at public park in Westland
Children run into a mud pit containing 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water at the start of the annual Mud Day event at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children play in the mud pit for several hours during the one-day event. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1FETP
July 12, 2006
Children run into a mud pit containing 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water at the start of...
WESTLAND, USA
Children run into mud pit the start of annual Mud Day event at public park in Westland
Children run into a mud pit containing 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water at the start of the annual Mud Day event at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children play in the mud pit for several hours during the one-day event. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1FETM
July 12, 2006
Shannon Terrel (L) and her sister Bridget show off their mud hairstyles while playing in a mud pit during...
WESTLAND, USA
Children show off their mud hairstyles while playing in mud pit during Mud Day event at park in Westland...
Shannon Terrel (L) and her sister Bridget show off their mud hairstyles while playing in a mud pit during the annual Mud Day event at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children play in the shallow mud pit that holds 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1FETH
July 12, 2006
Bridget Terrell, 9, shows off her mud hairstyle while playing in a mud pit during the annual Mud Day...
Detroit, USA
Young girl shows off her mud hairstyle while playing in mud pit during the annual Mud Day event at public...
Bridget Terrell, 9, shows off her mud hairstyle while playing in a mud pit during the annual Mud Day event at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children played in the shallow mud pit that holds 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1FETE
July 12, 2006
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public...
WESTLAND, USA
Young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in mud pit during Mud Day at public park...
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children played in the shallow mud pit that holds 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
USA
RTR1FETB
July 12, 2006
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public...
WESTLAND, USA
Young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in mud pit during Mud Day at public park...
A young girl covered in mud sticks out her tongue while playing in a mud pit during Mud Day at a public park in Westland, Michigan July 11, 2006. Hundreds of children played in the shallow mud pit that holds 200 tons of topsoil and 20,000 gallons of water. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1CZUO
May 02, 2006
An excavator operator dumps topsoil into a truck in front of new homes in a new housing subdivision in...
Sydney, Australia
Excavator operator dumps topsoil into truck in front of new homes in new housing subdivision in western...
An excavator operator dumps topsoil into a truck in front of new homes in a new housing subdivision in western Sydney May 2, 2006. Members of Australia's Reserve Bank met today amid intense speculation they would sanction the first increase in interest rates in 14 months as a preemptive strike against inflation in an announcement to be made May 3. The housing industry and business groups have been lobbying hard against a rise in borrowing costs. REUTERS/Will Burgess
RTRBT0H
February 25, 1998
North Korean farmers remove topsoil as they prepare to fertilise their fields near Pyongyang February...
North Korea
North Korean farmers prepare their fields near Pyongyang G
North Korean farmers remove topsoil as they prepare to fertilise their fields near Pyongyang February 21. North Korea faces a "long-term battle" against food shortages and the country's officials have accepted the need to shift from food donations and support for agriculture, according to international relief group Caritas.

KOREA FOOD
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