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What to expect from a La Niña summer

21 Dec 2021

School’s out, the borders are re-opening and many of us are looking forward to hitting the road to visit friends and family, days at the beach and exploring the great outdoors – but is La Niña going to play nice?

In a special summer feature, University of the Sunshine Coast academics discuss what to expect from this weather phenomenon, ranging from lessons in history to what it means for our beaches and ideas to mitigate predicted extreme heat events.

Read more here.

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