Australia: Antarctic snowfall linked to south-western drought

WA Today: Increased snowfall in the Antarctic has been linked to drought in south-western Australia. Researchers, including Australian Antarctic Division principal research scientist Tas van Ommen, have been analysing ice cores in the Antarctic and revealed snowfall variability may be linked to climate in the Southern Ocean and the South-West. Dr van Ommen said the ice cores, drilled at Law Dome in the Antarctic, provided a record of annual variations in snowfall and provided a record stretching more......

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