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In April 2013, it was announced that Dougie Baldwin, Joel Lok, Rahart Adams, and Matt Testro were cast as the four teenage boys.[2] Lok portrays Andy, a geek of Singaporean descent who loves science and Bear Grylls.[3][8] Ayres, who previously worked with Lok on The Home Song Stories (2007), revealed that he had him in mind for the role of Andy.[3] Testro plays alpha jock Jake and Adams plays the skater boy Sam.[8][22] Testro said that he and Adams both auditioned six times for the roles of Jake and Sam, with both originally auditioning for each other's characters.[3] Baldwin stars as Felix, a Goth who has an interest in magic.[3] Sean Rees-Wemyss was cast as Felix's younger brother Oscar, a disabled social outcast who is bullied at school.[23] Rees-Wemyss revealed that he initially auditioned for the role of Felix but the directors felt he was too young for the part.[23] Darci McDonald plays Felix's best friend Ellen. Tamala Shelton plays Sam's popular girlfriend Mia and Michala Banas plays the mysterious magic shop owner Phoebe.[3][24] Libby Tanner and Damien Richardson were cast as Jake's parents Sarah and Gary, and Heidi Arena was cast as Felix's mother Kathy.[24][25]




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Nowhere Boys: The 5th Boy is an interactive online game that coincided with the first series.[67] It was created by Matchbox Pictures and built by Melbourne-based online developers Millipede and released on the ABC3 website on 7 November 2013.[9][22] The game allowed the player to take on the persona of a fifth "nowhere boy", who is lost in a strange world and has to try to find his way home.[67] The platforms in Nowhere Boys: The 5th Boy were intertwined to give the player the feeling that they are directly in control of the direction of the television series.[67] For example, when the player passed objects through the dimensions in the game, the object would appear in the show.[67] These objects helped the Nowhere Boys on their mission and were often key to their survival.[67]


Season 1 is the first season of Nowhere Boys, which has 13 episodes in total. It initially aired on ABC3 in Australia and BBC in the UK. This season introduces the nowhere boys and has them lost in the Alternate World.


Nowhere Boys is a teen-orientated television show created by Tony Ayers about 4 boys, named Felix, Andy, Sam, and Jake, that disappeared during an excursion. The first episode was first aired on ABC3 on November 7, 2013, and soon went on to be an award-winning program. Because of this, it had been renewed for a second season and started airing the second series on November 23, 2014. After an even better result from critics, a third season was produced,[1] along with a film titled Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows.


CMIP5 models show a wide range of mean states and trends in Antarctic sea ice (Turner et al., 2013409; Shu et al., 2015410). The ensemble mean across multiple models show a decrease in total Antarctic sea ice extent during the satellite era, in contrast to the lack of any observed trend (Figure 3.3; Section 3.2.1.1.1). Interannual sea ice variability in the models is larger than observations (Zunz et al., 2013411), which may mask disparity between models and observations. Internal variability (Polvani and Smith, 2013412; Zunz et al., 2013413), and model sensitivity to warming (Rosenblum and Eisenman, 2017414) are also important sources of uncertainty. During the historical period, regional trends of Antarctic sea ice are not captured by the models, particularly the decrease in the Bellingshausen Sea and the expansion in the Ross Sea (Hobbs et al., 2015415). There is a very wide spread of model responses in the Weddell Sea (Hobbs et al., 2015416; Ivanova et al., 2016417), a region with complex ocean-sea ice interactions that many models do not replicate (de Lavergne et al., 2014).


In some species, shifts in distribution in response to changes in suitable habitat have been associated with increased mortality. Increased mortality rates of walrus (Odobenus rosmarus) calves have been observed during on-shore stampedes of unusually large herds, because Pacific walrus females are no longer able to haul out on ice over the shelf in summer due to the retraction of the southern ice edge into the deep Arctic Ocean (Kovacs et al., 2016642). Shifts in the temporal and spatial distribution and availability of suitable areas of sea ice for ice-breeding seals have occurred (Bajzak et al., 2011643; Øigård et al., 2013644) with increases in strandings and pup mortality in years with little ice (Johnston et al., 2012c645; Soulen et al., 2013646; Stenson and Hammill, 2014647).


There is low confidence in understanding the complex drivers of observed Rangifer changes. Hunting and predation (the latter exacerbated by modification of the landscape for exploration and resource extraction; Dabros et al., 20181684) increase in importance as populations decline. Climate strongly influences productivity: extremes in heat, drought, winter icing and snow depth reduce Rangifer survival (Mallory and Boyce, 20171685). Changes in the timing of sea ice formation have direct effects on risks during Rangifer migration via inter-island movement and connection to the mainland (Poole et al., 20101686). Summer warming is changing the composition of tundra plant communities, modifying the relationship between climate, forage and Rangifer (Albon et al., 20171687), which also impacts other Arctic species such as musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) (Schmidt et al., 20151688). As polar trophic systems are highly connected (Schmidt et al., 20171689), changes will propagate through the ecosystem with effects on other herbivores such as geese and voles, as well as predators such as wolves (Hansen et al., 20131690; Klaczek et al., 20161691).


The Arctic mixed economy is characterised by a combination of subsistence activities, and employment and cash income. There is low confidence about the extent and nature of impact of climate change on local subsistence activities and economic opportunities across the Arctic (e.g., hunting, fishing, resource extraction, tourism and transportation; see Section 3.2.4) because of high variability between communities (Harder and Wenzel, 20121894; Cochran et al., 20131895; Clark et al., 2016b1896; Fall, 20161897; Ford et al., 20161898; Lavrillier et al., 20161899). Longer ice-free travel windows in Arctic seas could lower the costs of access and development of northern resources (delivering supplies and shipping resources to markets) and thus, may contribute to increased opportunities for marine shipping, commercial fisheries, tourism and resource development (Sections 3.2.4.2, 3.2.4.3) (Ford et al., 20121900; Huskey et al., 20141901; Overland et al., 20171902). This has important implications for economic development, particularly in relation to local employment opportunities but also raises concerns of detrimental impacts on animals, habitat and subsistence activities (Cochran et al., 20131903; Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska (ICC-AK), 2015).


There is limited development of indicators of social-ecological resilience (Jarvis et al., 2013; Carson and Sommerkorn, 2017). As well, indicators of human adaptive capacity are typically based on qualitative case studies with limited quantitative data, and thus have limited comparability and generalisability (Ford and King, 2013; Petrov et al., 2016; Berman et al., 2017) (high confidence). The identification and on-going use of indicators of social-ecological resilience are theoretically best achieved through highly participatory processes that engage stakeholders of a locale, with those processes potentially resulting in self-reflection and actions that improve adaptive capacity (Quinlan et al., 2016; Carson and Sommerkorn, 2017), however, this is untested empirically (low confidence).


The Thundermans is an American superhero live-action comedy television series that premiered on Nickelodeon on October 14, 2013 and ended on May 25, 2018. The series was created by Jed Spingarn and stars Kira Kosarin, Jack Griffo, Addison Riecke, Diego Velazquez, Chris Tallman, Rosa Blasi and Maya Le Clark.


Nowhere Boys is a 30-minute scripted action, adventure, science-fiction television series, which premiered on November 7, 2013 on ABC ME. Nowhere Boys is broadcast by Fridays at 18:20 on ABC ME. Nowhere Boys is currently in its 4th season. 041b061a72


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