Hurricane Sandy has lessons for Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology says

Age: Australian atmospheric scientists and the Bureau of Meteorology are closely monitoring Post-Tropical Cyclone Sandy for what it tells them about climate risks in our own region - and the best way to communicate the dangers to the general population. "Everybody's tracking it here closely," said Karl Braganza, manager of climate monitoring at the Bureau of Meteorology's National Climate Centre in Melbourne. Sea-surface temperatures in the Atlantic region when Hurricane Sandy - since downgraded......

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