With global warming becoming a hot topic of discussion, the country’s climate will inevitably be affected.
As climate change impacts the ocean, it will have an impact on Australia’s coastlines, as well as on coastal communities.
But for now, Australia has a pretty good idea of what it will look like.
The country is currently experiencing an unusually high level of El Niño, which has been a common occurrence in the past.
This phenomenon, which typically leads to cooler ocean temperatures, has been increasing for some time.
Australia’s coast has already experienced El Niño events before, but the intensity of this year’s event is unprecedented.
A new report by the Climate Institute, released on Thursday, showed the Pacific Ocean is currently undergoing a ‘hot’ El Niño event, which means its temperatures are rising faster than normal.
It’s the second-highest recorded El Niño in the world.
What is El Niño?
El Niño is a weather phenomenon that occurs when tropical ocean waters are unusually warm, with temperatures above freezing.
El Niño has also been observed in Australia.
In the Pacific, the temperature rises during El Niño years, and is typically accompanied by the accumulation of moisture in the upper layers of the ocean.
In this case, the higher the water, the more moisture it contains.
This process creates the conditions for large storms, and when the weather conditions become more favourable, it can cause damage to coastal infrastructure.
Scientists say the extreme heat and rainfall that has caused severe flooding in some parts of Australia has contributed to this El Niño phenomenon.
The new report from the Climate Center says the Pacific El Niño this year has the potential to have a ‘significant impact’ on coastal infrastructure in the region.
It is likely to lead to a number of impacts for coastal communities, including disruption to navigation and infrastructure, erosion and damage to buildings, and possible flooding.
It will also have an effect on water quality in the Great Barrier Reef.
How will El Niño affect Australia?
The effects of El Niños can have significant impacts on coastal ecosystems.
It can alter the ocean circulation patterns, affecting the flow of nutrients and nutrients into coastal communities and ultimately affecting the growth of fish populations.
El Niño events can also impact coral reefs and the health of coral, and it is known that the number of coral reefs in the Pacific is dropping due to climate change.
El Niño is already affecting the Great Lakes region, which is home to about 70 per cent of the world population.
It is predicted that the region will become increasingly vulnerable due to El Niño.
At the same time, Australia’s coastal regions are already experiencing significant impacts due to the rising levels of CO2 in the atmosphere.
In a study published earlier this year, researchers from the University of Queensland and the Australian National University found that the levels of the greenhouse gas are causing a rapid increase in extreme weather.
Researchers also found that CO2 levels have already increased by more than 40 per cent in some areas, as a result of El Nino events.
Melbourne’s Great Barrier Bridge is seen from a new observation point on the Sydney Harbour Bridge in October.
The bridge is being rebuilt.
Photo: Alex Ellinghausen, AAP A study published in the journal Science earlier this month found that Australia’s sea level is rising by more that six metres.
The researchers say the increase is the result of an increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in the air, due to global warming.
While scientists are still unsure how the climate will change in the future, the impact of El Ninos El Niño could be very serious.
“Australia will not be immune to the impacts of El Oso events, but we do have a good idea what the impacts will be from this year,” Dr John O’Connell from the Australian Research Council told the ABC.
“The warming and the increased CO2 will be amplified in the northern hemisphere.”
Australia has a good sense of where its coastline is at right now.
The country’s coasts are currently experiencing El Niño conditions, and experts believe they could see a similar event this year.