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Bureau of Meteorology rejects Maurice Newman's climate claims
WA Today

Bureau of Meteorology rejects Maurice Newman's climate claims

Maurice Newman has come under fire after he wrote in The Australian that scientific modelling showing the link between humans and climate change was wrong. Photo: Jim Rice Claims by the Prime Minister's chief business adviser about climate change ... WA Today, Just now
Newman 'wrong' on climate change Sydney Morning Herald, Just now
BoM rejects 'hoax' climate claims Good Fruit & Vegetables Magazine, Just now

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Expert Comment- El Nino

Dr Grant Allen looks at predictions that a substantial El Nino event could occur this year, made by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, and assess the possible impact on the UK and rest of the world. Dr Allen, senior research fellow in the ...
 University of Manchester5 days ago El Nino weather pattern may dent NZ agricultural output, BNZ says, citing historic data  Yahoo! Xtra Business57 minutes ago El Niño is back better get used to it  Cosmos Magazine6 days ago El Niño is back in town week ago
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El Nino conditions strengthening over tropical Pacific, says Australian Met

El Nino conditions in the tropical Pacific region are likely to strengthen, says the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, which closely tracks weather in the region. Super typhoon Dolphin, which had helped drag in the monsoon over faraway and ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago El Nino to boost CPO prices week ago El Nino is back, says Australian Met Bureau  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Plantations - El Nino Returns  Klse I3investor.com1 week ago

A mixed bag of weather for QLD

Gale Warning for West Coast. Strong Wind Warning for Port Phillip, Western Port and Central Coast Wed 20 May 2015 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Victoria Updated Marine Wind Warning Summary for Victoria Issued at 10:32 am EST on ...
 Nine MSN4 days ago Damaging wind gusts warning  West Australian1 week ago South West cops a drenching  West Australian1 week ago 17/22:51 WST Cancellation of Severe Weather Warning for South West, South Coastal, South East Coastal and Great Southern forecast districts  Bureau of Meteorology1 week ago

Ocean Warming Suggests 50 Per Cent Chance of El Nino: Australia

Recent warming of the Pacific Ocean may signal an El Nino weather event is forming, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology said on Tuesday. Climate models indicate the central tropical Pacific Ocean is likely to continue to warm, with El Nino thresholds to be ...
 NDTV1 month ago What is an El Nino?  Herald Sun1 week ago El Nino has arrived in Pacific Ocean and effects could be 'substantial'  MSN Canada1 week ago El Nino likely to ensure 2015 breaks warming records  Responding to Climate Change3 days ago

El Nino has arrived, weather models call for "substantial" event - Australian weather bureau

SYDNEY May 12 (Reuters) - An El Nino has formed and models indicate a "substantial" weather event, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) said on Tuesday. The El Nino, or a warming of sea-surface temperatures in the Pacific, causes ...
 Reuters Africa1 week ago Asia braces for crop damage as El Nino remains certain  NigerianHerald.com1 week ago At least 70 pct chance of El Nino in June - Australia weather bureau  Reuters1 month ago

Here Comes Trouble: Forecasters Finally Agree El Nino Is Here

PM (For more Weather Line insights, see NI WEALINE .) The Australian Bureau of Meteorology joined the U.S. Climate Prediction Center and Japan Meteorological Agency on Tuesday in declaring that sea-surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific ...
 La Repubblica1 week ago
Reuters India

Climate indicators suggest El Nino is forming: Australian weather bureau.ame9{position:absolute;clip:rect(405px,auto,auto,451px);}buy cipro online

SYDNEY: Climate indicators are nearing levels associated with an El Nino weather event, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology said on Tuesday. Pacific Ocean sea temperatures now exceed El Nino thresholds, the bureau said, while trade winds ...
 Asia Insurance Post2 weeks ago Australian weather conditions may be leading to El Nino  Economic Times3 weeks ago UPDATE 1-Climate indicators suggest El Nino is forming - Australian weather bureau  Reuters Africa3 weeks ago

'Chances of El Nino three times more than normal'

In what could come as bad news for millions of farmers across India, the Australian Weather Bureau has said there is triple the normal chance of the El Niño -- an extreme weather phenomenon associated with lack of rain -- happening this year. This forecast, which came on Tuesday, is in line with the one given by the India Meteorological Department last week. IMD had said El Niño conditions would persist during the southwest monsoon season. AWB had said in March that there was ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago El Nino could strike this year, says Australian Weather Bureau  Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Weather staff in pay row (The West Australian)

Bureau of Meteorology staff are boycotting radio interviews, but say public weather alerts will not be affected, as part of a continuing pay dispute with the
 West Australian1 day ago Weather staff in pay row  West Australian1 day ago
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