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ENVIRONMENT-AUSTRALIA/RIVER
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March 07, 2007
A windmill stands in a drought-effected paddock near the western New South Wales town of Burren Junction,...
PARKES, Australia
A windmill stands in a drought-effected paddock near the western New South Wales town of Burren Junction,...
A windmill stands in a drought-effected paddock near the western New South Wales town of Burren Junction, located over 600 kilometres north-west of Sydney March 7, 2007. Australia's longest river has lost half its natural water flow due to evaporation and over extraction of water for dams and irrigation, and a further 20 percent loss is predicted due to climate change by 2030. Dams and other irrigation projects along the Darling River, the lifeblood for many of Australia's farmers, has dramatacially reduced water flows as the country continues to be gripped by one of it's worst droughts in a century. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
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