Climate change

Climate change

Australia’s climate has warmed by an average of 1.47 ° celcius since national records began in 1910. Sea surface temperatures have increased by an average of 1.05 °celcius since 1900.

This has lead to an increase in the frequency of extreme heat events over land and sea.

Oceans around Australia are acidifying and have warmed by more than 1° celcius since 1900, contributing to longer and more frequent marine heatwaves.



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