Australia: Climate change brings more extreme weather to Queensland, say scientists

Courier-Mail: QUEENSLANDERS might be sick of severe weather patterns but it's only going to get worse. Scientists say that over the next four decades, climate change will see the wet tropics get wetter and the dry interior get drier. With floods and droughts worsening, rivers will buckle under the twin threats of climate change and dams. Richard Kingsford, Australian Wetlands and Rivers Centre director and one of 10 authors of a series of papers on the issue in the CSIRO scientific journal Marine and......

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