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Huge Pyro-Cumulus Storm Cloud Generated by Bushfire Smoke [Video]

Huge Pyro-Cumulus Storm Cloud Generated by Bushfire Smoke

Occurred on December 30, 2019 / Flaggy Creek, Victoria, Australia Info from Licensor: "Huge pyrocumales storm cloud generated by the bushfire smoke. These are very rare, this is the only one I've ever..

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How summer bushfire smoke blew out our health costs by almost $2 billion

The devastating bushfire season led to a cascade of hospital admissions and premature deaths, costing the country hundreds of millions more than previous years.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia Warns Pregnant Women of Bushfire Smoke

Doctors horrified by the effects of the smoke from last year
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Bumper dingo breeding season despite - or because of - bushfire smoke

Months after the summer's fires, dingo sanctuary on Melbourne's fringe has seen spike in number of puppies, with handlers wondering if there is a connection.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia bushfire smoke linked to hundreds of deaths

australia bushfire smoke linked to hundreds of deaths
Sydney (AFP) May 26, 2020 Smoke from Australia's deadly recent bushfires is linked to an estimated 445 deaths and more than 4,000 hospitalisations over several months, a government inquiry heard..
Terra Daily - Published Also reported by •News24

Australian bushfire smoke plume still drifting around the world

Smoke from the bush fires that ravaged Australia in December and January continues to circle the globe almost four months after it was formed.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Summer's bushfire smoke-related deaths exposed

Researchers say the number of extra fatalities they have calculated is a conservative figure.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age

Australian bushfire smoke killed more people than fires: Study

Smoke from the fires caused 417 deaths and more than 4,400 hospitalizations.
CBS News - Published

Smoke haze to linger over Melbourne before forecast heavy rain falls over fire regions

Easterly winds will continue to push bushfire smoke over Melbourne this weekend, but heavy rain could help dampen bushfires in the state's east.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cocktail of smoke and fog clouds Melbourne skyline, affects air quality

Bushfire smoke haze from East Gippsland has swept into Melbourne again, with fog and low cloud also blanketing the skyline.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Sport24.co.za | Bananaman, Nadal's kiss and a 'crazy aunt' - 5 Australian Open moments

From bushfire smoke to a memorable kiss and a controversial banana, the Australian Open was never short of incident.
News24 - Published

Bushfire smoke blows into Australia's capital as fire threat eases

bushfire smoke blows into australia's capital as fire threat eases
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Bushfires eased near Australia's capital, Canberra, on Monday, as temperatures dipped, but officials warned heavy smoke was set to blow into the city with a shift in the wind...
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Australia loses to England during Super Over in first T20 tri-series match

England have managed to dominate through bushfire smoke and 41-degree heat to claim victory over Australia in the host side's first T20 tri-series clash. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Workers take safety into their own hands with new policy to walk off the job in bushfire smoke

A union directive will empower workers including airport ground staff and ticket inspectors to cease work if air quality deteriorates due to bushfire smoke.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Bushfire smoke threatens to interrupt start of T20 tri-series

Canberra is shrouded in smoke just two days before the start of a tournament involving Australia, England and India.
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