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Students were asked to solve some curly super problems at the Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science’s 6th annual Winter School. Winter School 2017

Students were asked to solve some curly super problems at the Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science’s 6th annual Winter School.

ARCCSS recently co-sponsored, along with the CSIRO and University of Western Sydney, a two-day workshop on the response of vegetation to increasing CO2. CO2 fertilisation research workshop, June 5-6, 2017

ARCCSS recently co-sponsored, along with the CSIRO and University of Western Sydney, a two-day workshop on the response of vegetation to increasing CO2.

Every four years, scientists from around the world undertake an assessment of the latest scientific understanding of the status of the stratospheric ozone layer. Scientific Assessment on Ozone Depletion 2018

Every four years, scientists from around the world undertake an assessment of the latest scientific understanding of the status of the stratospheric ozone layer.

Building blocks by Alex Wong (Unsplash) How to create research graphics in MatLab, Python and Ferret

Three ARCCSS researchers have put together a guide for those just beginning to create visualisations in Ferret, MatLab and Python. 

Claire Carouge introduces new NCI training courses, the Allinea tool and new datasets.  CMS report June 2017

Claire Carouge introduces new NCI training courses, the Allinea tool and new datasets. 

Centre of Excellence researcher Benjamin Möbis has developed a new convection scheme. Benjamin's new convection scheme

Centre of Excellence researcher Benjamin Möbis has developed a new convection scheme that is being implemented in the Max Planck Institute's climate model, ICON.

ARCCSS researchers investigated how Australia's extremes may change under 1.5℃ and 2℃ of global warming. Why 2C of global warming is much worst for Australia than 1.5C

ARCCSS researchers investigated how Australia's extremes may change under 1.5℃ and 2℃ of global warming.

Conditions in the Pacific Ocean over the coming decades will determine how fast global warming gets us to 1.5C. Global warming could accelerate towards 1.5℃ if the Pacific gets cranky

Conditions in the Pacific Ocean over the coming decades will determine how fast global warming gets us to 1.5C.

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.

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