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5 Projecting australian climate change

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  title={5 Projecting australian climate change},
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Australia's dry and variable climate has been a challenge for the continent's inhabitants since human settlement. Temperatures in Australia rose slightly more than the global average in the second half of the 20th century. Streamflow has fallen significantly in the water catchment areas of the southern regions of Australia. Some of these changes are attributed by the mainstream science to human-induced global warming. Effects of future warming on rainfall patterns are difficult to predict… Expand

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