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1116-46831 - Much of the North side of the island of Molokai in inaccessible. Trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-43330 - A farmer examines corn residue in front of a combine harvester with a tractor and grain wagon in the background, during the feed/grain corn harvest, near Niverville, Manitoba, Canada
857-95732 - The A591, the main road through the Lake District, completely destroyed by the floods from Storm Desmond, Cumbria, UK. The road was breached in several places by landslides and walls of flood debris twenty feet high. the road will probably be closed for months. Taken on Sunday 6th December 2015.
1116-39688 - Much of the North side of the island of Molokai is inaccessible. when trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
1116-39928 - Much of the north side of the island of Molokai in inaccessible. Trade winds blow onshore regularly bringing with them piles of plastic that has been floating around the Pacific Ocean for years and years, Molokai, Hawaii, United States of America
1278-84 - Wide street lined with plebeians houses and structured formation of cobblestoned path with higher kerbs to wash away debris, Pompeii, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Campania, Italy, Europe
746-88431 - Ice cave and glacier snout of Schlatenkees, source of the creek Schlatenbach. parts of the have collapsed and melted away. Therefore an ice cave with two openings exists. The Schlatenkees is one of the biggest glaciers in Austria and retreating rapidly. Glacial till, moraine debris and roche moutonnee are visible, Europe, central europe, austria, East Tyrol
746-88432 - Ice cave and glacier snout of Schlatenkees, source of the creek Schlatenbach. parts of the have collapsed and melted away. Therefore an ice cave with two openings exists. The Schlatenkees is one of the biggest glaciers in Austria and retreating rapidly. Glacial till, moraine debris and roche moutonnee are visible, Europe, central europe, austria, East Tyrol
1116-39042 - Agriculture - Rice stubble being burned after the crop has been harvested, a controversial practice. Growers burn fields to remove heavy crop residue so they can re-enter fields early the next spring to plant soybeans, and to control some rice diseases. E
911-10934 - In mid January 2015, a three day period of excessive rain brought unprecedented floods to the small poor African country of Malawi. It displaced nearly quarter of a million people, devastated 64,000 hectares of land, and killed several hundred people. This shot taken from the air shows farmland buried under flood debris, and still flooded land.
832-273684 - Ancient Holy Remains of Mother of God Assumption church wall on the territory of Kievo-pecherskaya lavra, Kiev pechersk lavra, cave monastery in Kiev, Ukraine, Eastern Europe
832-211923 - The Patriot Coal Corporation's Samples mine, which uses the technique of mountaintop removal to mine coal. The mountain tops are stripped away and dumped in valleys to get at the coal below. The Samples mine has been temporarily closed due to declining de
832-121571 - Statue of Jesus Christ toppled from the roof in the rubble of the church Sacre Coeur destroyed in an earthquake, Turgeau district, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Caribbean, Central America
832-104534 - Gravel beach and the famous Koenigsstuhl chalk cliff on the Baltic Sea, Nationalpark Jasmund national park, Ruegen island, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany Europe
857-33533 - On the the road to the Allai Valley, men try to push a truck that is stuck in mud and landslide debris and which is blocking other trucks full of humanitarian aid and earthquake survivors returning to their mountain villages, Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The region was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
857-33782 - On the the road to the Allai Valley, a Pashtun family carries luggage past trucks that are stuck in mud and landslide debris-the trucks are full of other families and their possessions traveling back to their mountan villages, Battagram District, Pakistan's Northwest Frontier Province. The region was one of the worst-hit by the October 2005 earthquake, and aftershocks and heavy rains continue to trigger landslides, which have hampered reconstruction efforts and the return of earthquake survivors to their mountain villages from the low altitude tent camps where many spent the winter.
857-13755 - Three Mile Island waste. Transfer of an 80 ton cask holding radioactive debris from the Three Mile Island meltdown reactor. The material was shipped to INEEL 15 years ago for examination and storage until 2035. There are 12 cannisters in each cask. A total of 343 cannisters were shipped to INEEL from Three Mile Island.
1195-105 - Eyl is a town in somalias puntland state. The prominent clan in eyl district are yonis idiris, a sub-clan of isse mahamud, which in turn is a sub-clan of majeerteen. Eyl is near the hafun peninsula, the location of most of somalias casualties from the 2004 indian ocean tsunami., the tsunami resulted in the death of some 300 people and extensive destruction of shelters, houses and water sources as well as fishing gear. The livelihoods of many people residing in towns and small villages along the somali indian ocean coastline, particularly in the northern regions, were devastated, /shark fishing is main source of income for many of the somalis fishermen. sharks skin drying in eyl