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Number of days each year where the Australian area-averaged daily mean temperature is above the 99th percentile for the period 1910–2013
Change in ocean heat content (in joules) from the full ocean depth, from 1960 to present. Shading provides an indication of the confidence range of the estimate
Global mean greenhouse gas concentrations 
Distribution of monthly maximum temperature in Australia 
Time series of anomalies in sea-surface temperature and temperature over land in the Australian region

The Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO contribute significantly to the international effort of weather and climate monitoring, forecasting and research. In State of the Climate 2014, they discuss the long-term trends in Australia’s climate. As with earlier reports, the focus is primarily on climate observations and monitoring carried out in the Australian region, as well as on future climate scenarios.

See also: GHGs: long-term change in three charts.