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The Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC have released the Southern Australia Seasonal Bushfire Outlook for 2018.

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Following a dry start to winter in the wheatbelt, the recent rainfall has made a big difference to the amount of water available in the soil profile.

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On 27 April 2018 the Meeting of Commonwealth, state and territory environment ministers endorsed a strategy to deliver a common national approach to environmental-economic accounting in Australia.

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We probably don't need to tell you that it's been a wet couple of weeks here in the Wheatbelt!

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If someone asked you if it’s normal to get summer rain in the Wheatbelt, how would you respond?

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A recent workshop held at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Perth for academics and industry experts revealed an amazing new resource for simplifying the process of biodiversity-climate change modelling.

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A drop in crop yields and the extinction of the Western Mouse by 2070 are just two of the predicted impacts of climate change in the Wheatbelt.

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Climate change is likely to be a major contributor to biodiversity loss in the Wheatbelt. Species that have specialised requirements or a restricted habitat are most vulnerable to extinction.

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On the heels of a pretty bad frost season in terms of crop damage for parts our region, it appears the predicted rising temperatures of spring may also pose a challenge for farmers; in the same growing season.

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Tool launched to help carbon plantings add value to the Wheatbelt.

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