Report details climate change impact in NQ

Updated September 22 2015 - 1:31pm, first published December 10 2014 - 4:00am
Scientists from James Cook University and CSIRO have worked with NRM groups to identify practical options for adapting to increased temperatures, more variable rainfall, more intense cyclones, storm surges and sea level rise in the Torres Strait region, Cape York, the Wet Tropics and the Mackay- Whitsundays-Isaac regions.
Scientists from James Cook University and CSIRO have worked with NRM groups to identify practical options for adapting to increased temperatures, more variable rainfall, more intense cyclones, storm surges and sea level rise in the Torres Strait region, Cape York, the Wet Tropics and the Mackay- Whitsundays-Isaac regions.

A REPORT has been released about the impacts of a changing climate in the north Queensland region.

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