UOW study finds first climate change evidence in East Antarctica vegetation

Agron Latifi
By Agron Latifi
Updated September 24 2018 - 11:41pm, first published 7:00pm
NEW FINDINGS: UOW researchers Senior Professor Sharon Robinson and study co-author Dr Melinda Waterman. Their study has provided the first evidence that climate change is affecting East Antarctic vegetation.

The Wollongong researcher responsible for the first evidence showing that climate change is rapidly affecting East Antarctic vegetation is “sad and surprised”.

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Agron Latifi

Agron Latifi

Sports Reporter

Wollongong born and bred. I love reporting about the Illawarra region and have been doing it for more than 20 years. I've moved into sport recently after covering the education round for the last five plus years for the Illawarra Mercury. It's been a great pleasure.