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Satellite image shows new Queensland mega river caused by floods

The Age Thursday, 14 February 2019
Satellite image shows new Queensland mega river caused by floodsThe river has been overflowing and stretching to 70 kilometres wide while people on the ground at Richmond are suffering from the devastation left from the flood.
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News video: North Queensland Flooding Causes Sediment Pollution to Great Barrier Reef

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Sediment pollution from the north Queensland floods washed into the waters of the Great Barrier Reef.In a media release, James Cook University’s TropWater department said the Burdekin River’s flood plume had hit the delicate reef system.“The images show the sediment laden waters of...

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