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|NASA imagery (overlay) of the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, just south of Louisiana.
Updated April 30, 2010, to show multiple images of the spill as it creeps toward the Louisiana coast.||04/27/2010||20,291|
|Sidi Bou Said a noble suburb of Tunis Tunesia|
Sidi Bou Said une banlieue noble de Tunis Tunisie
Sidi Bou Said ein nobler Vorort von Tunis Tunesien
|big shopping center in TUNIS||07/12/2006||1,246|
|Here the engeniring school of communication in Tunis, it's under construction. The final building will be from the nicest schools in Africa. it is inside a technological center of communication.||07/31/2006||479|
|Not sure when this imagery was added, but you can see the oil spill (imagery date May 7th, 2010) via timeslider in Google Earth.||12/02/2012||497|
|The second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) will take place here in Tunis hosted by the Government of Tunisia, from 16 to 18 November 2005.||11/13/2005||434|
|This satellite image shows the extent of the oil spill on the lebanese coast as of August 1. |
This file was done by the german Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (DLR/ZKI), I'm just spreading it. More info at http://www.zki.dlr.de/applications/2006/lebanon/lebanon_2006_en.html
|Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The rupturing of a pipeline in the morning of January 18, 2000 has been identified as the cause of this spill. The resulting slick reportedly covered about 40 km2 and did considerable damage to the bay's natural and economic health.||10/05/2005||557|
|EPA released a large amount of data via KML related to the oil spill in the gulf.|
* View EPA air, surface water, sediment and waste sampling locations in Google Earth, which are linked to explanations and information throughout this site.
* See EPA air monitoring locations and results for total Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Particulate Matter (PM).
|This boat is travelling really fast. Has a big wake (bigger than the boat itself).||05/28/2006||416|
|Edmund B. Gustorf Boat House|
Built in 1922 by a traveling salesman and marine enthusiast, this landlocked boat on the city's east side has never seen the water, although the Milwaukee River flows enticingly nearby. The "boat" is roughly 65 ft long with a beam of 18 ft....
|A boat rams into the side of another boat, Russia.||10/28/2006||863|