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|Statement||Robert J. Allan.|
|Series||South Australian geographical papers -- no. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||47|
Lake Eyre (pronounced "air") is the lowest point in Australia, at about 15 m (49 ft) below sea level. When it fills with water, it is the largest lake in Australia, being km (89 mi) long and 77 km (48 mi) wide. It is also in the driest part of Australia, getting only about mm (4 in) of rain each year. It is in the north of South Australia, about km ( mi) north of nates: 28°22′S °22′E / . Allan RJ () The Australasian summer monsoon, teleconnections, and flooding in the Lake Eyre basin. S Aust Geogr Pap Google Scholar Allan RJ, Bye JAT, Hutton P () The filling of Lake Eyre : Pandora Hope, Andrew B. Watkins, Robert L. Backway. The Medieval Warm Period (MWP) also known as the Medieval Climate Optimum, or Medieval Climatic Anomaly was a time of warm climate in the North Atlantic region lasting from c. to c. It was likely related to warming elsewhere while some other regions were colder, such as the tropical e global mean temperatures have been calculated to be similar to early-midth . In the historical and contemporary records before and after the above epoch, the ENSO phenomenon was most active and strong links to Lake Eyre floodings through enhanced Australasian summer monsoon conditions are reported in the literature (Allan, , a, , Allan et al., ).
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^ Georgina - Eyre Creek Basin map (Map). Australia: Bureau of Meteorology. 23 September Retrieved 22 March ^ Allen, Robert J. (). The Australasian Summer Monsoon, Teleconnections, and Flooding in the Lake Eyre Basin. Royal Geographical Society of Australasia, S.A. Branch. ISBN ^ Willcocks, Jacqui; Young, Phillip. ; The Australasian Summer Monsoon, Teleconnections, and Flooding in the Lake Eyre Basin; pp ISBN ^ Bourke, Patricia; Brockwell, Sally; Faulkner, Patrick and Meehan, Betty; " Climate variability in the mid to late Holocene Arnhem Land region, North Australia: archaeological archives of environmental and cultural change. Exceptional monsoon rains have caused severe flooding in parts of Australia’s north-eastern state of Queensland. Cars and livestock have been swept away over a large area around the coastal city of Townsville. Emergency crews are evacuating people on rafts. Unprecedented flooding has hit the city of Townsville in Queensland, Australia after officials were forced to release floodgates at an overwhelmed dam after days of monsoon rain.