Climate change in northern Australia: Information for Aboriginal people living in the north

The Earth's climate is changing, and human activities have contributed to this. There will be significant environmental, economic and social impacts of climate change over the coming decades and long into the future. This is an information booklet about climate change and its potential impacts for Aboriginal people living in northern Australia. Is is based on knowledge collected by scientists from CSIRO and the Australian Government's Bureau of Meterology.



Detailed Descriptions
Brochure, Publication
130301 - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, 050203 - Environmental Education and Extension, 040104 - Climate Change Processes
Geographic and Temporal Extents
Cape York, Burdekin, Northern Gulf, Northern Territory, Rangelands, Southern Gulf
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Attributions and Constraints
Copyright 2014 Griffith University and CSIRO
Griffith University, CSIRO Land and Water
Further information: Dr Samantha Capon Australian Rivers Institute Griffith University