Climate: Greenhouse gases drive Australia drying trend

Summit Voice: Increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases and ozone depletion over Antarctica are the main drivers of the long-term decline in rainfall over southwestern Australia, federal scientists said in a weekend press release. The findings, published in Nature Geoscience, are derived from a new high-resolution climate model that may help researchers identify more links between heat-trapping gases and regional climate trends, including here in the U.S. "This is really the first study to explicitly......

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