Thursday, August 2, 2012

Gas plant plans could threaten fossils -

Gas plant plans could threaten fossils -
 "This is one of the only places in the world where we can look at the potential distribution of different types of dinosaurs across a big geographic expanse," Steven Salisbury of the University of Queensland in Brisbane said. "Before we've even had a chance to work any of this stuff out, we're facing the possibility of losing it."

1 comment:

  1. Lots of news for Woodside,but all behind damn paywalls.

    IN TODAY’S wrap: more bad press for Woodside’s Browse project;

    Woodside Petroleum, whose corporate reputation is seen at risk from its controversial plans for the Browse LNG project, is set to face more heat from a campaign by the Sea Shepherd environmental action group.

    The Australian petroleum and exploration people should have a look at this.

    THE Petroleum Exploration and Production Association of New Zealand is the first signatory to a code of conduct that minimises acoustic disturbances to marine mammals from offshore seismic surveys.

    Well done to Fergus and the young lady locked on and turning the convoy around.

    Help with the fines still into the flower lady on Saville?