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11-07-2021 16:31
James___
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duncan61 wrote:
What will happen then??



We'll have to wait and see, righto? If enough rain in the winter then bush fires might be worse in the summer. And in November might bring the next El Nino maximum.
It will be something to watch for. This is because it could influence both the Southern Oscillation and the southern polar jet stream. I think this is when atmospheric chemistry becomes interesting. After all, with the ozone hole decreasing at the same time, how do these things affect the weather in W.A.?


p.s., the good people who like koalas and other Australian wildlife know I wouldn't mind living in Australia and volunteering at a wildlife park or 2.


Meet Miss Eleanor; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx5Uta4pNaY
11-07-2021 21:16
James___
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From the New York Times via yahoo.com. No mention though of checking to ensure the foundation of the garage (its floor) is still level. With ground penetrating radar they might be able to see if the density of the ground under the garage floor varies. Especially since some similar structures have pools of water on the garage floor. If it's coming through the floor then that's an obvious problem.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/lord-hear-residents-florida-condos-153824900.html
11-07-2021 23:01
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More of James babbling to himself.
12-07-2021 00:53
duncan61
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I have been to Darwin where it is tropical and has a wet and a dry season.Albany is South and facing Antartica and has snow and ice.I may be going to Kalgoorlie soon which is on a similar latitude to Perth but is a bit warmer with much less rain so its a desert.Lot of different climates
12-07-2021 01:19
James___
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duncan61 wrote:
I have been to Darwin where it is tropical and has a wet and a dry season.Albany is South and facing Antartica and has snow and ice.I may be going to Kalgoorlie soon which is on a similar latitude to Perth but is a bit warmer with much less rain so its a desert.Lot of different climates



I checked a map to find out where Kalgoorlie and Albany are. Is there much of an elevation difference between the 2? It's possible you might've just explained why your early settlers chose Perth for a port.
12-07-2021 10:39
duncan61
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Perth was chosen as it has the Swan river that went up to a natural landing.There are freshwater springs in the area and Aborigionals thrived before we shot them in the face
12-07-2021 15:36
James___
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duncan61 wrote:
Perth was chosen as it has the Swan river that went up to a natural landing.There are freshwater springs in the area and Aborigionals thrived before we shot them in the face



In the US, we would call the Swan River a lake. Seattle, Wa has Lake Washington among other lakes.
https://www.google.com/maps/place/Seattle,+WA/@47.6129432,-122.4821463,11z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x5490102c93e83355:0x102565466944d59a!8m2!3d47.6062095!4d-122.3320708
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