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Press Release 13-145
Global sea level rise temporarily dampened by 2010-11 Australia floods

Finding shows complex nature of Earth's climate interactions

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aerial view the city of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia,

The city of Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia, shown in a satellite photo, was completely inundated by the floods.

Credit: NASA


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aerial view Australia's Fitzroy River in January 2011;

Australia's Fitzroy River in January 2011; its flooding isolated the city of Rockhampton, as shown in a satellite photo.

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A woman in Australia awaits rescue on a car roof.

A woman in Australia awaits rescue on a car roof.

Credit: Government of Australia


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map showing Rainfall in Australia in 2010 reached levels far above normal.

Rainfall in Australia in 2010 reached levels far above normal.

Credit: Government of Australia


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The entrance to the high ferris wheel in Brisbane under water.

The entrance to the high ferris wheel in Brisbane is submerged under water.

Credit: Government of Australia


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The flooded Burnett River at Gayndah, Australia, 220 miles northwest of Brisbane.

The flooded Burnett River at Gayndah, Australia, 220 miles northwest of Brisbane.

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