Great drying unearths clues to big wet

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Climate change The ancient dry lakes of central Australia could provide clues to modern climate fluctuations, and should recalibrate our thinking on major flood events, Australian scientists say. In a paper published in the February edition of Geology , the researchers present a new timeline for the shorelines of Australia's "inland seas" over the past 100,000 years. Their studies indicate that Lakes Frome, Callabonna, Blanche and Gregory in central Australia were joined in a mega-lake until......

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