7.23.2009

Patagonia Times A Santiago court has issued a major ruling against Chilean forestry company CELCO (Celulosa Arauco y Constitución), upholding a four-year-old government decision to fine the company for pollution it dumped into Region XIV’s Cruces River. Pollution killed thousands of black-necked swans in Region XIV.



East Pacific Basin Remains Relatively Quiet
Last Update: 23-JUL-2009 07:37am EDT
We continue to observe several areas of showers and thunderstorms across the East Pacific Basin. However, no tropical development is expected through at least Friday.
Tropical waves along 105 west, along 125 west and along 140 west remain disorganized at this time. We see no signs of any low-level features and upper-level support for development should remain poor through at least Friday. http://hurricane.accuweather.com/hurricane/basin-story.asp?partner=netweather&traveler=0&basin=epacific



SV TATOOSH POSITION 45* 44.044' N by 122* 51.695' W
Li Shang-Yin
Cries of geese going over
replace the sound of cicadas
From THREE FOR THE GODDESS OF THE MOON
Translated by David Young





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