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UNSW Academic Repeats Tired “Dams will Never Fill” Climate Change Myth

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to UNSW academic Dr. Clara Stephens, future extreme rainfall will fail to fill Aussie dams, because the drier ground will absorb too much moisture. What you might not realise about the flow-on effects of climate change Fri 14 Aug 2020 10.42 AEST In the coming years, we are likely to…

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