In what ways will the most southern Australian island, Tasmania, be affected by global climate change during this century?
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Australia has a history of 'Extreme' weather patterns. Just looking at the historic intermittent Droughts, as well as the meticulously documented periodic Floods.
Just the records of the 'Melbourne Floods' alone, are fairly indicative of Extreme Violence in Australia's Geological History.
That is what makes Australia so interesting, at least for the 'tougher' inhabitants and their ancestors. Apparently they have survived the past events, with minor inconvenience.
My wife lived there for a time and reported her various experiences as 'Exciting'.
I would imagine the future to be no less challenging than Australia's past record of pleasantries intermixed with hardships. Enjoy the Excitement of life in Australia, the continent of Extremes :>)
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Thanks, but need more specific clarification:
No future climate change modelling forecast?
Or just no future climate change predicted?
So same as always for the long-term future?