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  • Bruny Island Topography

    Per the bureau of meteorology, wind typically develops in a westerly direction, with North-Westerly winds being common (Bureau of Meteorology, 2016). The left side of figure 1, shows the South Easterly side of the dune, whilst the North Westerly side of the dune is the right side. It appears reading errors occurred the blue point indicated point at 45m is an outlier, the reading in accordance with the dataset shows an accuracy level greater than 1; by using 1 as a barrier for outliers, it has been secluded as part of the results (University of Tasmania, 2016). 2.22 Average Maximum Wind Speed Figure 2 calculates the average maximum wind speed on the recorded day across the dune system transect; in accordance with the data collected (University of Tasmania, 2016). Generally, the wind speed decreases for the first 50m before increasing once more from 50m-90m. Moreover, the minimum recorded wind (out of the maximum wind speeds) occurs at 50m with 1.5 m/s towards the beach. Whilst the maximum wind speed occurs on the beach side of the dune, at approximately 4.35 m/s towards the beach. Hence, the results for this be a vague inverse resemblance of the topography profile in figure…

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  • Essay On Arson

    Please take into consideration my submission on the enforcement of tighter laws around the crime of Arson. I am writing to you because there is a great concern for the amount of Arson related crimes that are occurring within the state of Tasmania. Statistics show that more than half of Tasmania is above average in fires per year compared with all of the other states in Australia (Australian Bureau of Meteorology, 2015). Tightening the laws around Arson, will most definitely guarantee Tasmania…

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  • Rosny Bus Mall Essay

    which included the mentally ill, as defined in the Mental Health Act, Tasmania (Mental Health Act 2013). This paper will discuss the previous of initiatives…

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  • Ethical Issues Surrounding Euthanasia

    When discussing a topic as dubious as Euthanasia, identifying and involving the righteous, upmost important stakeholders, ensures focus remains on the people that are affected by the issue. When addressing viewpoints of the stakeholders from which the whole issue surrounds, the potential Euthanasia user who is terminally ill should be acknowledged as the primary stakeholder as they have the most interest because this issue directly affects them. Terminal illness is defined as a disease that…

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  • Truganini Research Paper

    Nuenonne had become a dangerous place. She had witnessed violence, rape and brutalities inflicted on her people. In the 1820s the Black War was beginning, it was a time of violence between the British colonists and Aboriginal Australians in Tasmania. In 1829 the Black War was such a big problem that something has to be done. Augustus Robinson a government-backed conciliator was set out to capture all independently living Tasmanian Aborigines and convince them to move to an island close by. He…

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  • Cloning Egyptian Tiger

    Cloning the Tasmanian Tiger Part A The Tasmanian tiger or the Thylacine was a carnivorous marsupial that became extinct in 1933. According to the Australian Museum, the modern Thylacine made its appearance about 4 million years ago on the Australian mainland. However, it became extinct 2200 years ago on the mainland, possibly due to the competition with the dingo. (Evans.2015). The tiger’s main decline in Tasmania was largely due to the impact that humans had. The biggest cause of extinction…

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  • Constable Wee Pros And Cons

    It appears that he has just moved from interstate and may not have completed any application to be sworn in as a Justice of the Peace in Tasmania. Under the JA 1959, s.12 (2), the powers conferred on an extra-territorial justice by the JA 1959 are only exercisable within that the state, place or country outside of Tasmania that are mentioned in that JP’s instrument or appointment. If that JP has not applied and completed the relevant training to become a recognised justice in Tasmania, the…

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  • How Does Tasmanian Oak Work

    jdnbuilding.com.au - Using Tasmanian Oak Work for Your Bathroom Vanity and Cabinets Tasmanian oak comes from one of three species of trees, namely Eucalyptus obliqua, Eucalyptus regnans and Eucalyptus delegatensis. Since it is resilient and dense in nature, it is a favourite hardwood to turn to in Australia for various applications including your bathroom vanity and cabinets. Depending on which tree species it originates, Tasmania oak varies in colour from light straw to deep reddish brown with…

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  • Hugh Gould Essay

    collage in Brisbane. Shane Gould is an Olympic gold swimmer and is the only person to ever hold all freestyle records and the 200m IM relay at one time. She married Milton Nelms in 2007 and they now live in Bicheno, Tasmania. She had four children: Joel 1978, Kim 1980, Tom 1982, Kristin (boy) 1983. She also has three grandchildren: Kobi 2004, Ariana 2006, Ava 2011. Achievements: Shane Gould is the only person in history to hold all the freestyle records and the 200m Individual Medley. Shane…

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  • Child Protection In Australia Essay

    In Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania, if a child’s health is neglected by parents or caregiver that can lead to an imprisonment up to 3 years. There are a number of jurisdictions which which criminalize the act of abuse and neglect, and the penalty varies from one jurisdiction to another and it may vary on the basis of age as well, for eg., in the Northern Territory, if an offence is committed against a child under 2 years of age, and in North-South Wales and Queensland if it is committed…

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