Humboldt Bay

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Humboldt Bay:

see JayapuraJayapura
or Djajapura
, formerly Sukarnapura
, town, capital of Papua (Indonesian New Guinea), Indonesia. A regional trade center and seaport, it is on Yos Sudarso Bay (formerly Humboldt Bay; an inlet of the Pacific) near the border with Papua New Guinea.
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, Indonesia.
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The tour of Humboldt Bay was relaxing and beautiful--a fun experience without question, but the speaker relied solely on his encyclopedic knowledge of the cultural and natural history of the area to deliver an informative, yet incredibly uninspiring lecture.
Naturally occurring processes progressively purify the water, then two rounds of chlorination bring it up to state standards before its release into Humboldt Bay.
Humboldt Bay is a Brant stopover area in the southern to middle portion of their range.
LNG terminals have currently been proposed for Baja California; Humboldt Bay, California; Harpeswell, ME; Weavers Cove (Fall River, MA); Freeport, Grand Bahama Island; Point Tupper, Nova Scotia; Malibu, California; Sabine Pass, Texas, and at least 10 other locations in the Western Hemisphere.
Similar public antipathy has killed other proposed LNG facilities, including one in Humboldt Bay, CA.
Mourning: Richard Guadagno, 38, refuge manager for the Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Loleta, California, and a victim of the September 11 terrorist attack on the U.
Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, (707) 733-5406, is a prime spot for bird watching.
Aleutian Canada Goose (Branta canadensis leupareia) An interesting development at Humboldt Bay (California) NWR may help in planning future habitat management.
Those units are: Peach Bottom 1 (40 MW) and Indian Point 1 (265 MW), both retired in 1974; Humboldt Bay (65 MW), officially retired in 1976; Dresden 1 (200 MW), retired in November 1979; LaCrosse (51 MW), retired in May 1987; Fort Saint Wain (217 MW), retired in October 1989; Yankee Rowe 1 (185 MW), retired in February 1992; San Onofre 1 (436 MW), retired in December 1992; and Trojan (1,104 MW), retired in February 1993.
Bryant Weaver of Coast Guard Group Humboldt Bay, whose helicopters yanked the terrified fishermen from open seas.
Two California nuclear plants have been shuttered prior to expiry of their operating licenses: Pacific Gas and Electric Company's Humboldt Bay 3 (1976) and SONGS 1 (1992).