As a result of global warming, the average surface temperature in Australia has risen 0.7C. The rainfall has been adversely affected, and has seen great decrease on the eastern and western coasts of the continent. The Great Barrier Reef has exhibited more coral bleaching over the past couple of decades than has ever been recorded. Australia’s coasts could be destroyed by the estimated 8-88 cm increase in sea level. The link below is a 40 page article about the impacts climate change has and will have on Australia. Hope this helped.
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