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Please, Donald Trump, don't send climate science back to the pre-satellite era
Helen Mcgregor calls on Donald Trump to appreciate the climate science done by NASA and to "not shoot the messenger".
Ocean by Jeremy Bishop (Unsplash) Research brief: Eddy Cancellation of the Ekman Cell in Subtropical Gyres
This paradigm changing paper shows how eddies cancel the downward flow of ocean gyres.
Sophie Lewis reveals how in one short decade, the record temperatures of 2015 could be just another normal year. 2015's record-breaking temperatures will be normal by 2030 - it's time to adapt
Sophie Lewis reveals how in one short decade, the record temperatures of 2015 could be just another normal year.
No matter what we do, it is inevitable that the record hot year of 2015 will become an average year by no later than 2040. Record hot year may be the new normal by 2025
No matter what we do, it is inevitable that the record hot year of 2015 will become an average year by no later than 2040.
Sophie Lewis explores how we communicate the role of climate change in extreme events. Unnatural disasters: How we can spot climate's role in specific climate events
Sophie Lewis explores how we communicate the role of climate change in extreme events.
September 2016 was the second hottest September globally on record, ending a year and a half of record setting global monthly high temperatures. September brought the world’s record-breaking hot streak to an end – but don’t chill out
September 2016 was the second hottest September globally on record, ending a year and a half of record setting global monthly high temperatures.
State of the Climate Report 2016 ARCCSS welcomes new State of the Climate report
The latest State of the Climate report highlights the strong partnerships between the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and ARCCSS.
Systematic biases mean land surface models may not simulate realistic drought responses to climate change. Research brief: Land surface models significantly overestimate drought characteristics
Systematic biases mean land surface models may not simulate realistic drought responses to climate change.
Atmospheric variability means we may never be able to accurately forecast long-term droughts in Australia, according to new research. Research brief: Why long-term forecasts of droughts may be impossible
Atmospheric variability means we may never be able to accurately forecast long-term droughts in Australia, according to new research.
New research looks at whether climate model resolution can improve modelling of rainfall over The Maritime Continent. Research brief: The importance of model resolution in representing the Maritime Continent
New research looks at whether climate model resolution can improve modelling of rainfall over The Maritime Continent.
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