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Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
Albrecht Bear
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01-15-2020 12:23 PM

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Post: #31
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-15-2020 12:05 PM)
MUD SLIDES! RUN!

Depending on the terrain, and other factors, a lot of rain could bring greater problems after a forest fire. Hopefully the rain will do more good than harm. But when you remove a canopy of trees and ground foliage covering an entire forest, and then add a bunch of rain, many unexpected things will happen across such a transformed landscape, especially if it's a very old forest. I've seen it happen myself.

Water will begin to flow differently down from hills and mountains. New rivers and streams will form. Unexpected flash flooding will occur. Mud slides will happen. Parts of a mountain can begin to slide away. Rocks may tumble, landslides. Rivers will become badly polluted. Animals can get washed away and drown. But it's not all bad. Incredible discovers will be found when things start growing again and recovering. Even new plants will emerge from ancient seed that had been buried for a long time under dirt, foliage, and a forest canopy darkened sky overhead.

Of course, the overall climate of the planet will significantly influence what happens next. It all could end up a barren tundra or desest of tumbleweeds too.

Australia always has bushfires and they're actually necessary for some of our plants to germinate. We also have a very shallow topsoil, so I doubt if landslides will be a particular problem unless local conditions are just right.

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Post: #32
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-15-2020 04:36 AM)
it is too late

a billion animals have been burnt to a crisp


it is too late

a billion animals have been burnt to a crisp


it is too late

a billion animals have been burnt to a crisp

The animals are smart they know it’s coming well before us dumb humans do. I’ve been through an extreme storm and all the wildlife in the trees left a few hours before.

A billion animals I think is exaggerated..

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RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
They saved some dinosaur trees
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Post: #35
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
Bird  Wrote: (01-15-2020 12:27 PM)
A billion animals I think is exaggerated..

Anon
possibly.. we have hundreds of small species of mammals and marsupials and reptiles, birds.. etc

But would like to know how they arrived at the figure.. smells of sensationalism but it could also be a valid..

The amount of Koala's we have lost so far is around 8000 I saw.

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RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
"Rain, flash floods and thunderstorms sweep over Melbourne

The rain is forecast to reach bushfire-hit parts of New South Wales and Victoria later this week"

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-ne...-melbourne
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Hopefully these measures will keep the water supply of Sydney safe.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-01-15/w...s/11866838

"Curtains and booms to trap silt and ash from bushfires have been installed in the Warragamba Dam, as concerns grow that rain could lead to contamination of the water.

Now that rain is forecast for the end of the week, run-off full of ash and other debris could end up in Warragamba Dam, which is Sydney's main water supply.

Key points:
There are fears bushfire debris could end up in Warragamba Dam when rain arrives later in the week
Warragamba Dam supplies water to more than 5 million people living in Sydney and the lower Blue Mountains
Experts say chlorine may need to be added to regional dams to dilute ash and keep water drinkable
Bushfires have surrounded almost all of the perimeter of the dam, with Water NSW saying more than 300,000 hectares of catchment land has been burned."
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Post: #38
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
eSheep  Wrote: (01-15-2020 03:55 PM)
Hopefully these measures will keep the water supply of Sydney safe.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-01-15/w...s/11866838

"Curtains and booms to trap silt and ash from bushfires have been installed in the Warragamba Dam, as concerns grow that rain could lead to contamination of the water.

Now that rain is forecast for the end of the week, run-off full of ash and other debris could end up in Warragamba Dam, which is Sydney's main water supply.

Key points:
There are fears bushfire debris could end up in Warragamba Dam when rain arrives later in the week
Warragamba Dam supplies water to more than 5 million people living in Sydney and the lower Blue Mountains
Experts say chlorine may need to be added to regional dams to dilute ash and keep water drinkable
Bushfires have surrounded almost all of the perimeter of the dam, with Water NSW saying more than 300,000 hectares of catchment land has been burned."

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BuT mY fLooDs!!!

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eSheep  Wrote: (01-15-2020 03:55 PM)
Warragamba Dam

I went there as a child just after it was fist built in the 60's




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Post: #41
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
eSheep  Wrote: (01-15-2020 03:51 PM)
"Rain, flash floods and thunderstorms sweep over Melbourne

The rain is forecast to reach bushfire-hit parts of New South Wales and Victoria later this week"

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-ne...-melbourne

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eSheep
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Post: #42
RE: Possible good news for Australia... rain forecast
Raining across New South Wales

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-01-16/b...w/11869768

"Rain falling across NSW is offering some relief for fire crews battling blazes, but there are concerns the wet weather could cause landslides, flash flooding and contaminate water.

The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) predicted between 30 and 80 millimetres of rain would fall in some areas between today and Sunday.

The heavens opened over Sydney this morning and about 20-40mm is set to fall over the next few days.

Meanwhile, the NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS) said there were already "good falls" across some firegrounds.

The downpour is a result of a deep inland trough moving through the state which is drawing humid air into the system."
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