Taupo


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Taupo

Lake. a lake in New Zealand, on central North Island: the largest lake of New Zealand. Area: 616 sq. km (238 sq. miles)
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8220;This style of competition week gives people a reason to travel - benefiting the Taupo region and our members, who get to experience something different while on holiday.
3]-N and Cl result in AETL 10, which shows no vertical transport across the Taupo Ignimbrite-Palaeosol interface (Fig.
The Unit T3 Mindtricks BMX Jam was made possible with the help of Unit, Bikefest and Taupo District Council, MB Century, McDonald's Taupo, theairbag.
BEAUTY SPOT : Lake Taupo in New Zealand which ex-pat Saul Butler will cycle around for stroke charities
Miss Aim, from Orkney, was found by police called to investigate a vandalism spree at Taupo Nui a Tia College on January 17.
Karen Aim, 26, from Orkney, was killed as she made her way home from a night out in the resort town of Taupo in January.
Karen Aim, 26, from Orkney, was killed as she made her way home from a night out in New Zealand's North Island resort town of Taupo.
TEAM Great Britain suffered a miserable time in qualifying for today's A1GP at Taupo in New Zealand but have vowed to bounce back come race day today.
The 26-year-old backpacker was attacked and left to die after a night out in Taupo, New Zealand.
Karen Aim, 26, was found lying injured in the street in the North Island town of Taupo in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Nitrogen, rather than phosphorous, has been identified as the growth-limiting nutrient for phytoplankton in Lake Taupo during much of the year (Vincent 1983; White et al.
Murphy (2006) mistakenly reported that, "An eruption in the vicinity of Lake Taupo, New Zealand in 1881, is estimated to have ejected between 30-50 [km.