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CSIRO media release, Wednesday 14 March 2012

Australia's land and oceans have continued to warm in response to rising CO2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels.

This is the headline finding in the State of the Climate 2012, an updated summary of Australia's long term climate trends released by CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology today (14 March 2012).

CSIRO Chief Executive, Dr Megan Clark, said the latest analysis painted a clear decade-to-decade picture of Australia's climate, while at the same time noting its highly variable nature from one year to the next. "Much of Australia may have lurched from drought to floods since the previous State of the Climate, but this has occurred against a backdrop of steadily increasing air and ocean temperatures and rising sea levels. What's more, the rate of change is increasing.

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