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A new cricket map from the US Department of Defense reveals how Australia’s home ground has changed since 2000

New Scientist article Australia’s cricket ground has been transformed by an army of soldiers.

A new map, published in Science, shows how Australia has changed in terms of ground conditions since 2000.

It shows the Australian side, from the 1960s, as being the most heavily populated ground in the world, with a population of just over a million.

This includes the capital city of Canberra, with an estimated population of over 2.3 million people.

The other cities of the state are in the north-west of the country, with smaller populations in Sydney and Melbourne.

The data comes from the Defence Department’s US National Ground Survey.

It has been produced by researchers at the University of Tasmania.

The Australian ground had a population density of 4.3 per sq km in 2000.

In 2000, that figure had increased to 12.7 per sq km.

The change was the result of a new ground technology that was being developed by the US military.

The Army began using an advanced “field-based radar” to survey Australia’s landscape in the 1950s.

The radar can detect subtle changes in the weather, like the sun shining through the clouds in the morning.

This technology was used by the military to map out the Australian landscape from the 1950-70s.

These maps have long been used in Australia, and now the Australian Defence Department has released a new version of the map to mark the 70th anniversary of the land changes.

The new map shows a more urbanised Australia in 2000 compared to the 1960-70 period.

The maps shows how the country has changed as a result of the new technology.

The United States was home to about 60 million people in 1900, according to census figures, and the country’s population has grown to over 100 million today.

The map shows how Sydney’s population is almost double that of Canberra.

It also shows the population density in the state capital, Sydney, with the most densely populated areas in the centre and the south-west.

In the state’s north-east, Sydney has a population around 1.6 million people, which is nearly one-fifth the size of Canberra’s.

“The Australian ground was home not just to the Australians, but also to a host of international visitors, including Americans, Australians and New Zealanders,” says Dr David Hulme, who conducted the research.

“There is a lot of evidence that these populations were affected by climate change.”

Australian cricket was developed by a team of Australian soldiers stationed in New York from 1959-63.

In its early years, cricket played an important part in the Australian military.

But by the 1970s, it had become too expensive to sustain and, in the 1980s, the game was also seen as too popular in New Zealand.

It had also fallen out of favour in Australia due to its perceived poor economic performance, particularly after the Great Depression of the 1930s.

There are fears that Australia’s ground will fall apart in the coming decades.

“Cricket is very much a global sport, and we are not a country that can afford to lose that kind of sporting identity,” Dr Hulmes says.

“It’s also a national sport, so the impact of climate change on the Australian cricket ground would be quite profound.”

Australia’s most populated state, Queensland, has a slightly lower population density than Canberra.

The state has a lower proportion of residents in their 70s and 80s than Canberra, but the population is still around twice as high as the national average.

It is estimated that in 2030, the population of Queensland will reach more than 300 million people and the state is expected to be home to more than 1.8 million people by 2050.

“In a sense, the Australian ground is very different from Canberra,” Dr Hilmi says.

The ground is home to a population that is growing, and is in decline, says Dr Hilmo.

“This is a place that’s a little more expensive than Canberra because it’s the only place that still uses the old radar technology,” he says.

Australia’s other major state, Tasmania, is in the northern part of the continent.

Tasmania’s population grew by over 50 per cent between the 1960 and 1980s.

Tasmania had the highest number of people in their 60s and 70s in the country.

But in the 2000s, Tasmania’s numbers fell dramatically and its population was now just over 200,000 people.

“Today, Tasmania is not the same place it was 20 years ago,” Dr Hemm says.

Tasmania is also home to Australia’s biggest island, the Cocos (Keeling) Islands.

Tasmania was also home during the Great Migration when thousands of people moved to the country from Australia.

“Australia has a very large population base and a small island that is very important for Tasmania,” Dr Helmi says, “so we’re very happy to see that they’re continuing to grow, and it’s important to Tasmania as well.” This