What to expect in the South West this summer

In the South, the summer of fishing will be a busy one.

As the South Sea reaches its highest point, the waters are going to be rich with the variety of life found nowhere else in the world.

This is because the waters of the South have been so recently inundated by the water of the Great Barrier Reef that they are so salty that it has been suggested that they will soon be salty enough to float on.

But it is the saltwater that will be the main thing that people are looking out for in the summer months.

There are a number of reasons for this.

The first is because of the changing climate.

When sea levels are high, the surface waters are usually higher than the deeper water.

This means that, at sea level, the ocean will be much lower than at the top of the ocean.

This creates a more buoyant surface water, which will also allow it to hold a greater amount of food for the animals that use it.

At lower water levels, however, the sea is much less buoyant.

So the surface of the water has been sinking.

In fact, the shallowest parts of the sea are often the most susceptible to flooding, and there is currently a danger that they could become so low that there is little food available for animals and people.

So when the South is high, there is a higher likelihood that the surface will be high enough to hold on to food.

This will lead to a change in the seasonal cycle of the North Atlantic which means that the North Sea will be warmer and more active.

And that will lead, for the first time in modern times, to the end of the summer sea-level rise cycle, which is when the waters start to rise again.

There is also the fact that the sea level in the North has been rising for the past few centuries.

And because the oceans are more than 10 metres above the sea surface, the tides have been rising faster than the sea levels.

This has caused a lot of damage to buildings, which are often built on the tops of cliffs or on islands.

The result is that the water level is higher in some places than others.

The water level will also be higher in the Northern Hemisphere than in the Southern Hemisphere, which means it is going to affect the amount of light that is reflected in the sky, as well as the amount that is absorbed by the earth’s surface.

This, in turn, will affect how the Earth responds to solar activity and climate change.

In the summer, the changes that we are seeing are caused by changes in the tides.

The rising tide will cause the water to rise faster and the rising sea level will cause a rise in the amount and direction of the sun’s light that will cause it to be reflected by the surface.

In many places, there will be flooding.

This can be caused by erosion or by storms.

In some places, the water can be so high that it will be impossible to see the water below.

If the waters become too high, you may find that you can’t see water at all.

There have been a number cases of people being drowned by falling trees.

In areas where the sea-levels are high enough, you will also see the rise of coastal towns.

So, if the seas rise, they will have to come down, which could have devastating effects on communities in the coastal areas of Australia.

The second factor is the changing ocean chemistry.

Because the oceans have become more acidic, the pH level in their waters is also rising.

This causes the water around them to become less alkaline and the water that is left will be more alkaline.

This makes the water more stable in the deep ocean.

But, as we know from experience, there are also more nutrients that can be carried into the deeper ocean, which can make it more acidic.

And this has been the case for a number years now, so that the ocean has become more alkalising.

The last factor is climate change, which has led to a lot more rainfall and increased rainfall in the oceans.

So these changes will have a profound effect on the food that animals can eat, as animals need to live in areas that are more alkalyzed.

In particular, if there is less salt, animals will need to hunt for food in areas with higher concentrations of salt.

But because the animals need the food to be more stable and more nutritious, they are going back to areas that have lower concentrations of seawater.

So there will have been some people who are going out fishing and catching more food, but for most people, it will probably be a little more of a challenge.

As a result, we will see more people travelling to places that have high concentrations of freshwater.

And people will also travel to areas where there is no more salt.

This may mean that people will go out more frequently and spend more time in the water, but they will also probably go out with a more