Carpentaria


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Synonyms for Carpentaria

a wide shallow inlet of the Arafura Sea in northern Australia

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This finding is also consistent with our observation that the neuroinvasive 2000 Gulf of Carpentaria isolate, [WNV.
Movements and growth oftagged blue endeavour prawns, Metapenaeus endeavouri (Schmii, 1926), in the western Gulf of Carpentaria Australia.
Carpentaria Drilling results double Yanco Glen tungsten resource
In different ways, Kim Scott and Alexis Wright explore the relationship between language, land, and identity in their respective novels Benang (1999) and Carpentaria (2006).
Galway-born Robert O'Hara Burke, William Wills, King and another explorer Charles Gray had left a party at Coopers Creek to push north to the Gulf of Carpentaria.
84 metre-long male - left the Kennedy River and travelled 590 km over 25 days down the west coast of Cape York Peninsula timing its journey to coincide with a seasonal current system that develops in the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Economic and territorial interests are revealed through bold initiatives including plans for the establishment of a new Singapore in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and the annexation and commercial development of New Guinea.
Along with 19 men, they intended to cross from Melbourne in the south to the Gulf of Carpentaria in the north, around 2000 miles - but both died on the return trip of exhaustion and hunger.
These formations are both magnetite and hematite-bearing and are structural repetitions of identical strata at Carpentaria Exploration Ltd's Hawson's Iron Project 20 kilometres to the east.
Radiocarbon dates from three Kaiadilt Aboriginal sites on the South Wellesley Islands, southern Gulf of Carpentaria, demonstrate occupation dating to c.
It has already bought Pungalina-Seven Emu in the Gulf of Carpentaria, more than 300,000 hectares of outstanding conservational significance, and home to more than 300 species of birds, mammals, reptiles and frogs.
First awarded to Patrick White for Voss in 1957, other previous winners include Steven Carroll for The Time We Have Taken, Alexis Wright for Carpentaria, and Roger McDonald for The Ballad of Desmond Kale.
The Gulf of Carpentaria is a large area of water off the coast of which country?