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News: Dr Rob Vertesy, head of the Bureau of Meteorology. 29th of August 2013.
News: Dr Rob Vertesy, head of the Bureau of Meteorology. 29th of August 2013.
News: Dr Rob Vertesy, head of the Bureau of Meteorology. 29th of August 2013.
News: Dr Rob Vertesy, head of the Bureau of Meteorology. 29th of August 2013.
News: Dr Rob Vertesy, head of the Bureau of Meteorology. 29th of August 2013.
The Officer in Charge of the Giles Meteorological Station on the edge of the Gibson Desert in the Northern Territory releases a weather balloon after rain.
2006 Bureau of Meteorology Weather
Climate change expert Professor David Karoly.

A2 .   David Karoly, professor of meteorology at Melbourne University .. Pic Rob Banks.
News: Ken Bat from the Bureau of Meteorology speaks to the media about the coming changes in weather patterns around Canberra at ESA Headquarters.  8th January 2013.
News. At the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre in the Geoscience
Australia building at Symonston. Rick Bailey, Head, Tsunami Warning
and Ocean Services, The Bureau of Meteorology.
News. At the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre in the Geoscience
Australia building at Symonston. Rick Bailey, Head, Tsunami Warning
and Ocean Services, The Bureau of Meteorology.
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News. At the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre in the Geoscience
Australia building at Symonston. Rick Bailey, Head, Tsunami Warning
and Ocean Services, The Bureau of Meteorology.
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Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, 1998
Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, 1998
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Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race, 1998
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Bureau of Meteorology climate scientist, Dr Blair Trewin outside the Shine Dome in Acton
Filed: Friday, 30 August 2013 6:10:13 PM 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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Bureau of Meteorology climate scientist, Dr Blair Trewin outside the Shine Dome in Acton
Filed: Friday, 30 August 2013 6:10:13 PM 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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Bureau of Meteorology climate scientist, Dr Blair Trewin outside the Shine Dome in Acton
Filed: Friday, 30 August 2013 6:10:14 PM 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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Bureau of Meteorology climate scientist, Dr Blair Trewin outside the Shine Dome in Acton
Filed: Friday, 30 August 2013 6:10:14 PM 
Photo by Rohan Thomson, The Canberra Times

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Sydney wavered between warm and dreary on Tuesday, with nearly six millimetres of rain falling in between sunny skies. The Bureau of Meteorology forecast clear skies for Wednesday.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
The Bureau of Meteorology has been fielding calls from nervous brides asking for long-range weather forecasts, amid the coldest start to a Sydney summer in 44 years.
Great parched land: Warm sub-sea water temperatures continue to spread eastwards in the Pacific, a precursor to an El Nino, says the Bureau of Meteorology. Photo: Anthony Johnson

Drought. NSW.
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BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES.
Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES.
Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES.
Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES. Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES. Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES. Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES.
Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
BRISBANE. NEWS. BRISBANE TIMES.
Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013.
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Photograph taken by Michelle Smith on Sunday 27th January, 2013
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Weather Balloon long exposure. The
Meteorologist Monica Long in the
Commonwealth meteorologist Mr Henry Ambrose Hunt reading at his desk, New South Wales, ca. 1930s [picture]. [nla.
Commonwealth meteorologist Mr Henry Ambrose Hunt at his desk, New South Wales, ca. 1930s [picture]. [nla.
Peter Gigliotti in the computer
700 Collins St. Melbourne. Bureau
Monica Long, forecaster for the
Chloe Planisek, from Planisek boutique,
Meteoroligist Jeff Callaghan at Brisbane's
Meteoroligist Jeff Callaghan at Brisbane's
Foot in the Door. Meteorologist
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Dr Geoff Love, Australia's chief
storms in the hot south
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