Southern Australia's warmest October on record: The role of ENSO and climate change
Mitchell T Black, David J Karoly
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society | American Meteorological Society | Published : 2016
Anthropogenic climate change was found to have a substantial influence on southern Australia’s extreme heat in October 2015. The relative influence of El Niño conditions was less clear.
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