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Current Events, Interesting Facts

Sea Foam Phenomenon in Queensland

Sea Foam Phenomenon in Queensland

A notable occurence of sea foam has been witnessed by the tourists and residents in Sunshine Coast,  Queensland in the last two days. The streets have been covered with significant amount of foam washed up inland by the strong wind and powerful waves from a  low pressure system that hit Queensland recently. The white foam […]

January 29, 2013 No Comments / Read More >>

Environment, Weather

La Niña Leaves Australia

La Niña Leaves Australia

The weather experts say that Australia has been affected by the strongest La Niña pattern since 1917.  This phenomenon caused the oceans around the country to reach their warmest temperatures on record and produced heavy rains that flooded the states of Queensland, Victoria and some parts of New South Wales. It also contributed to the […]

February 17, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>

Natural Disasters, Weather

The Brisbane Flood

The Brisbane Flood

Natural disasters can happen anytime, anywhere and come in different forms and varied intensity.   Although the most common ones can arise from climatic conditions and weather patterns, the other natural disasters can be geological or due to changes in the crust of the earth. One of the most devastating natural disasters is the flooding in […]

January 12, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>

Natural Disasters, Top News, Weather

Flood in QLD Australia

Flood in QLD Australia

On December 29, 2010, half of Queensland has been declared a disaster zone due to major flooding  across the southern and central parts of the state.  Homes and businesses have been threatened by the heavy rain and rising floodwaters.  Around 300 residents from the town of Theodore were evacuated.  The residents of other two major […]

December 29, 2010 Comments Off / Read More >>