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Part 3: Expeditions, research and a new home

Jesse has problems with his bike gears, notes the prevalence of wet-weather gear in Tassie and gears up to share his research with the experts.

Part 1: Jacqui walks the dark alleyway

Jacqui Fenwick writes about her heat wave internship with ARCCSS.

Part 2: Madmen and mad data downloads

Part 2: Jesse Greenslade continues his summer student blog. You can read Part 1 here.

In the past two weeks I’ve joined the library and the PCYC and watched episodes 1 through 8(out of 12) of Mad Men season 3, 4, and 5. I find the missed episodes of Mad Men add much flavour and mystery to the show.

Part 1: Six weeks as a summer student at IMAS

Jesse Greenslade is a summer student who will be spending six weeks at IMAS at our UTAS  hub where he will look at troposphere ozone intrusions. Jesse will be blogging on his work for the next six weeks. You can read Part 2 here.

DPG Summer School: “Physics of the Ocean”, Bad Honnef, Germany

Chris and Shirley started their magical European adventure in Germany at the Physikzentrum or “German Hogwarts”, in the sleepy little town of Bad Honnef.

A magical meteorological tour at UK Science Museum Archive

Earlier this year, Linden Ashcroft was partially funded by the Centre of Excellence to visit the archives of the UK Science Museum in London as part of her PhD research at the University of Melbourne focussed on historical weather records in Australia

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