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GUM

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guam. The code is used for transactions to and from Guamanian bank accounts and for international shipping to Guam. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Iron Punt soil unit has a high quality river red gum forest with virtually no black box.
The most striking difference across the cases arises in the AWAs in place at Red Gum Communities.
There are now many groups committed to the restoration and protection of Australia's unique river red gum forests.
White red gum is used for architectural interiors and cabinet making, sweetgum is used for lumber in the production of boxes, crates, furniture, cabinetry, interior trim and millwork.
As a private contractor, Olcott stated that he had laid "about 12 miles of red gum pavement at Brighton, at Cardiff 11 or 12 miles, and another 12 miles in the London suburbs.
Some people assume the name red gum comes from the red tinge of the heartwood, but most feel the name stems from the bright red, star-shaped leaves of the trees in fall.
As a result of increased river regulation and recent dry years, the forest hasn t received flows in the frequency and duration that it needs to continue to support its wetlands and river red gums, to provide habitat and food for waterbirds and other key species.
That's time severely stressed ecosystems like the Coorong and River Red Gum wetlands may not have to spare.
Most firewood comes from dry woodlands and forests of South Eastern Australia including river red gum, box, ironbark and brown stringybark forests.
In 2010, 170,000 hectares of the iconic River Red Gum wetland forests along the Murray, Murrumbidgee and Lachlan rivers have been gazette as new reserves, including new Indigenous protected areas and joint management agreements for Traditional Owners.
Research and restoration of the local landscapes and ecosystems, began in July 2003 with the Red Gum Plains Restoration Project, funded by the Commonwealth Department of Transport and Regional Services.
The amorous antics of the parasitic wasps, voracious eaters of the red gum lerp psyllid plaguing eucalyptus trees, have delayed wasp production to the point where county, city and state officials are beginning to tap their toes a bit.