"It brings it home to you what climate change means".
"So the conditions that are happening now, they won't go away", Richard Betts, Head of Climate Impacts Research at Britain's Met Office Hadley Centre, who co-authored the review, told a news conference in London on Monday.
"It's some pretty good news", New South Wales Rural Fire Service commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons said.
"Heavy rainfall and gusty thunderstorms may cause flooding, particularly in the burned-out areas of New South Wales and Victoria, which are now vulnerable to landslides and downing trees", said meteorologist Sarah Scully in a video on the Meteorology website.More news: It's a Done Deal! The Akon City in Senegal is now Underway
The survey results come as Science Minister Karen Andrews seeks to quell public criticism of the government's approach to climate change.
"Every second we spend discussing if climate change is real is a second we don't spend addressing these issues".
"It really is time for everyone to move on and look at what we're going to do".
"NASA is tracking the movement of smoke from the Australian fires lofted, via pyroCbs events, more than 9.3 miles (15 kilometers) high", NASA added.
Australia is being ravaged by the worst wildfires seen in decades, with large swaths of the country devastated since the fire season began in late July.
The powerful wildfires that have burned millions of acres of land are spreading so much smoke into the sky, NASA said that the smoke has circumnavigated the Earth.More news: James Murdoch slams News Corp over 'climate change denial'
"Conditions at Melbourne Park are being constantly monitored", Tennis Australia said.
In fact, Professor Mann said, Australia could become so hot and dry that its residents could join the ranks of the world's "climate refugees".
"There is also a clear emotional toll, and the distressing images of dead and injured wildlife and charred forests have left most Australians anxious that the bush will never be the same again".
"Together, NASA instruments detect actively burning fires, track the transport of smoke from fires, provide information for fire management, and map the extent of changes to ecosystems, based on the extent and severity of burn scars", explained the agency.More news: Australian Open officials tight-lipped as smoke questions linger