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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Teleconnections between climate drivers and regional climate, and model representation of links.. Project Code: MCV00007.. Weather is influenced by many interconnected systems in the atmosphere, ocean and on land; small changes in one part of the world can impact on the weather in another part - days, weeks and even years later < Keep browsing..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Multi-week forecasts, which are top of the list for the Managing Climate Variability (MCV) program, have come a step closer with the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) switching to dynamical, or physics-based, forecasting... MCV program manager Dr Beverley Henry says statistical systems, while still having a role, are becoming less reliable because climate change has made recent years a poor indicator of future weather patterns... Dr Henry says that longer-term forecasting will always be a challenge, given the element of chaos in weather systems, but technological advances now allow the MCV program to provide growers with intelligence that is reliable enough to help with climate risk management...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
WA growers adapt to changing rainfall patterns.. Dr Stephens says earlier sowing has benefits for crops, as they experience lower evaporative demand through the growing season and appear to be less affected by declining rain in October and increasing spring temperatures... During the growing season, Dr Stephens says changing climate will also require adaptation of input strategies and changes to crop disease and pest risks, especially with more summer rain creating 'green bridges'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Teleconnections between climate drivers and regional climate, and model representation of links Project Code: MCV00007 < Keep browsing..
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