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The effects of a king tide on Queensland's Gold Coast

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King tides are natural events that happen twice a year. By 2060 to 2070 we could be experiencing tides of at least this magnitude every month, rather than just twice a year due to climate-change induced sea level rise.

Photographer : Bruce Miller on January 24 2008.

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The effects of a king tide on Queensland's Gold Coast
The effects of a king tide on Queensland's Gold Coast
by CSIRO

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