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This chart shows the history of temperatures in Australia

In the wake of latest Australian bushfires, we examine how the country's temperature has changed. Image: REUTERS/Tracey Nearmy

Johnny Wood

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This graphic shows how much land has been burned by Australia’s recent bushfires. Image: Reuters
Mean temperature anomalies in Australia, 1910-2019 Image: Australian Government, Bureau of Meteorology
The mean temperature anomaly in Australia in 1919 Image: Australian Bureau of Meteorology
The contemporary mean temperature anomaly is considerably higher. Image: Australian Bureau of Meteorology
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