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Deflect, distract, deny, delay – response to rapidly changing climate

Listen now(Link will open in new window) Download audio show transcript Bob Beale has been writing on science and the environment since he worked as a journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald. Here he reflects on the lack of concern and … Continue reading

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This summer’s sea temperatures were the hottest on record for Australia: here’s why

Summer 2015-2016 was one of the hottest on record in Australia. But it has also been hot in waters surrounding the nation: the hottest summer on record, in fact.While summer on land has been dominated by significant warm spells, bushfires, and dryness, there … Continue reading

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All Star Science Panel Drops Bombshell Climate Paper

The world’s oceans could rise catastrophically as soon as 50 years from now, according to a new paper published this morning in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics…The researchers behind the paper—Dr. James Hansen and 18 coauthors—looked back to 120,000 years ago, the last … Continue reading

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Energy content, where is the heat – atmosphere -vs- ocean

As deniers persist in denying evidence of warming, here’s  a useful explanation about where most of the energy goes, with variability to atmosphere temperature during the journey. >more> WattsUpWithThat  

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2014 Likely to Surpass 2010 as Warmest Year on Record

This is a worry considering 2010 was a repeat of El Nino year, which may even start in the next month or 2, in which case, now and for following years, be ALARMED, very! >readmore> SkepticalScience

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Eastern Australian waters warming fastest

For eastern Australia, temperatures are as much as 3 degrees warmer than in the past, means arrival of new species with unpredictable impacts…While some species can adapt by migrating to cool waters, eventually they run out of continental shelf…while spiny sea-urchins … Continue reading

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