Expect more mega-droughts

ScienceDaily | Oct 30, 2020 at 8:32 PM
  • UQ’s Professor Hamish McGowan said the findings suggested climate change would lead to increased water scarcity, reduced winter snow cover, more frequent bushfires and wind erosion.
  • The team engaged in paleoclimatology — the study of past climates — to see what the world will look like as a result of global warming over the next 20 to 50 years.
  • Researchers worked with the New South Wales Parks and Wildlife service to identify stalagmites in the Yarrangobilly Caves in the northern section of Kosciuszko National Park.