Kauri trees show La Nina future in new research
Mon, 06 Feb 2012 7:00p.m.
The reason we have rotten summer is largely due to the La Niña conditions, where we experience the blustery damp weather compared to that of El Niño’s long hot and dry spells.
New research by the University of Auckland suggests we should probably get used to more of both La Niña and its equally troublesome twin. They came to that conclusion by looking at kauri trees.
Giants of the forest give climate clues
Campbell Live’s Lachlan Forsythe spoke with Dr Antony Fowler about what ancient kauri may be able to tell us about the future.
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16/01/2013 6:23:00 p.m.
Brad McGill wrote:
Climate change can really affect the lives of trees as well as to the people. Let us protect our environment to spare us from the effects of climate change.
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