South-east climate changing: CSIRO

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: Scientists at the CSIRO in Canberra are warning recent rainfall in the nation's south-east is not indicative of likely rainfall in the future. The CSIRO has put together a report for the South Eastern Australian Climate Initiative looking at the effects of climate variability and change on water resources in the south-east. The report found that while natural fluctuations in rainfall are the biggest drivers in weather patterns, climate change will result in drier than average conditions in......

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