Human activity linked to hottest summer on record

Sydney Morning Herald: Australia's record-breaking heat last summer was at least five times more likely to have occurred in a world subject to to greenhouse gas emissions fromhumanactivities than one without, a study has found. University of Melbourne researchers drew the conclusion after examining 90 model simulations and climate observations from summers of the past 100 years. They used nine climate models - those used by the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change - to test how likely the record......

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