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Study predicts more major flooding in north Australia and Tasmania MP3

A team of Japanese and UK researchers is predicting that global warming will lead to more frequent major floods in parts of the world, including northern Australia and Tasmania. Based on 11 global climate models, the team found the areas most at risk are south east Asia, most of India, eastern Africa and the northern Andes in South America. Source: abc.net.au

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