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Past rainfall changes over Australia and implications for agriculture
Annual and seasonal rainfall are important drivers of agricultural productivity and profitability in Australian agriculture and various climatological and synoptic drivers influence rainfall in Australia’s diverse climate. While lots of studies have focused on rainfall changes in northern and southern Australia, less is known about the agricultural areas between 25°-34°S on the East Coast including the Northern Murray Darling basin and coastal Queensland and New South Wales and at similar latitudes in Western Australia which stretches across subtropical climate in the North to temperate climate in the South and hot and dry grassland climate inland. Using long-term rainfall data and agricultural statistics we compare trends in summer rainfall and extreme rainfall at different sites and its relation to agricultural production.

Jul 28, 2020 01:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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