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New scientific rainfall tool set to predict rain bursts | The Land



Science could soon help beef producers make better decisions by providing information about upcoming rain bursts.

Chelsea Jarvis from the Northern Australia Climate Program said a burst probability calculating tool scientists are working on could help provide producers with next level rainfall data.

Dr Jarvis shared her insights at the Ken Coombe Tech Yards at Beef Australia 2021 on Monday, explaining how the tool, created by Tim Cohen, could help producers in their day-to-day operations.

The product shows the probability of a certain amount of rainfall falling within three days.

Dr Jarvis said the program was aimed at providing detailed rain predictions that could be used in decision-making in a way that was different from current…

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