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The remarkable uplift along the Wairarapa fault, New Zealand. Tips for chairing a session from IGS conference

The IGS conference in New Zealand gave Wilma Huneke an insight into how to chair a session. 

Ned's Linter advice

Linter's static code analyses help keep code consistent and easy to read, and can also help remove some bugs before you even run the code.

Last year Nicholas Herold boarded a research vessel to explore the submerged continent of Zealandia. Exploring the world's 8th continent, Zealandia

Last year Nicholas Herold boarded a research vessel to explore the submerged continent of Zealandia.

PODS provides early career scientists with an opportunity to share science and develop collaborations with their peers. Lessons from PODS or 5 tips to organise a 5-star workshop

PODS provides early career scientists with an opportunity to share science and develop collaborations with their peers.

During our last workshop at Lorne, Rob Ryan, Ajitha Cyriac, Asher Riaz and Bella Blanche were far away sailing from Germany to South Africa on the first leg of an ACE voyage. Setting sail for science is ACE

During our last workshop at Lorne, Rob Ryan, Ajitha Cyriac, Asher Riaz and Bella Blanche were far away sailing from Germany to South Africa on the first leg of an ACE voyage.

ARCCSS researchers and PhD students were part of an exciting experimental campaign to take field measurements from the CSIRO Marine National Facility’s RV Investigator Reef to rainforest campaign

ARCCSS researchers and PhD students were part of an exciting experimental campaign to take field measurements from the CSIRO Marine National Facility’s RV Investigator.

Investigating a problem gave Scott Wales a great chance to explore and highlight some of the profiling tools that are available to everyone at NCI. Profiling CABLE with IPM

Investigating a problem gave Scott Wales a great chance to explore and highlight some of the profiling tools that are available to everyone at NCI. 

There’s an important piece of Australia’s climate puzzle in the Pacific Ocean that isn’t often discussed - it’s the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation. Meet El Niño's cranky uncle that could send global warming into hyperdrive

There’s an important piece of Australia’s climate puzzle in the Pacific Ocean that isn’t often discussed - it’s the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation.

Prof Stefan Rahmstorf and Prof Matthew England discuss climate science and the coming Paris meeting. Transcript: Stefan Rahmstorf and Matt England - Climate science and Paris COP21

Prof Stefan Rahmstorf and Prof Matthew England discuss climate science and the coming Paris meeting. 

As we head into what is likely to be a hot summer, Prof Michael Roderick explains how droughts work. El Niño is here and that means droughts, but they don't work how you may think

As we head into what is likely to be a hot summer, Prof Michael Roderick explains how droughts work.

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