NRM on Farms Newsletter June 2015

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As you would know it looks like a fully fledged El Nino is on its way, with warming Pacific surface and sub-surface temperatures, and the SOI firmly negative.

Recent clear skies and cold temperatures mean frosts are returning; the BoM is looking for feedback on the usefulness of its frost potential service (see Climate Resources for details).

Australia’s water governance and water trading innovations are attracting a lot of interest in California, which is grappling with water management in an unprecedented drought.

And food issues are attracting global interest due to the implications of rising population, increasing climate variability, changing climate and water availability.

All this and more in this month's issue, which can found at the link below.

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