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Re: Dinosaur find puts Australian water project on hold
Laramie Roecker writes:
My apologies for the cross-post.
According to Dr Tom Rich:
"I don't see that there's any problem because nobody's going to build a
tunnel that's say within a metre of the tunnel. So they're probably going to
go below where the fossils are," he said.
"The only thing that could possibly be detrimental is if they had to
restrict access to that stretch of beach."
The existance of the fossils near the proposed plant outlet is being used
more as a political foil by opponents to the desalination plant.
Palaeontologists themselves aren't overly concerned. Of course I may be
biased, since I work for the organisation responsible for building the
GIS / Archaeologist geo cities.com/dannsdinosaurs
Melbourne, Australia heretichides.soffiles.com