On the late twentieth century decrease in Australian east coast rainfall extremes

  • Milton S. Speer
  • Published 2008


A change from negative to positive circulation anomalies over New South Wales (NSW) during the 1970s resulted in a decrease in east coastal low-pressure systems and accompanying rain. Negative pressure anomalies over eastern Australia, anomalous onshore low-level winds and larger NSW rainfall totals since 1950, occur in the cool phase of the IPO rather than… (More)


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