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International summer school on atmospheric teleconnections

Sarah Perry writes about her recent experiences at the Potsdam Summer School on Atmospheric Teleconnections.

ENSO Dynamics Workshop 2017

A workshop on ENSO dynamics was held on November 20-21, 2017, at the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre.  The workshop was funded and hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Climate System Science and the new ARC CoE for Climate Extremes.   It was attended by 25 ENSO researchers and forecasters, the majority of whom are members of the CoE.

Conference: The Future of Cumulus Parameterization

Maxime met prominent convection experts and convective parameterization developing teams and got significant interest in his research on convective memory.

What is the right way to measure heatwaves

Sarah Perkins' experience of a European heatwave confirmed why we need a consistent, international standard measurement for heatwaves.

Report: EGU General Assembly, 2015.

Duncan Ackerley reports back on the massive EGU conference held in Vienna this year. 

And again – head in the clouds, or clouds in my head?

Find out what Wiebke Frey is up to now since she moved on from ARCCSS.

Part 4: Python's snakey problems could stump Leonardo

Leonardo da Vinci once said 'Learning never exhausts the mind'. Times have changed, Mr da Vinci.

Part 4: A (mosquito) feast for all the senses

An attack by mosquitos is annoying but it didn't stop Jesse Greenslade from pursuing his research.

Part 3: What is a heatwave?

Jacqui Fenwick delves into the exact definition of a heatwave.

Part 2: Python on L-plates

If programmers are professional drivers, then Jacqui Fenwick reckons she is now on her programming L-plates

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