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Posted by: crikey Offline Posted: Tuesday, 3 September 2019 4:37:54 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: Colmait Go to Quoted Post

Thanks for that link on the climate kelpies. It was a fabulous initiative. So glad the site and concept is still online.
I haven't seen a link to this site from the BOM web site. Maybe l didn't look hard enough?

I spent a bit of time looking in their yesterday and found some great stuff.

One particular article l posted on my blog. Linking the polar vortex to dry and warm conditions in NE Australia.

I thought this article was very pertinent to our current weather pattern this past autumn and winter.
A weakened polar vortex brings warm and try to the NE section of OZ..

I am going to look into this research a bit more in the coming days when time permits .
My initial thoughts were .Gee another climate kelpie ...called PV? (polar vortex)

Actually whilst trying to track the original research article source which is no longer connected. damn.
I saw some fabulous research from our own home grown Australia

I thought l might start a new thread tomorrow to highlight some of the research work that is being done on our own soil.

New understanding of the drivers behind hot and dry conditions over Australia’s north-east
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