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Mitchell Black's PhD certainly shows he is a master multitasking across multiple big projects. Mitch successfully weathers tough research workload
Mitchell Black's PhD certainly shows he is a master multitasking across multiple big projects.
ARCCSS researchers develop a new index of intra-seasonal variability over the Maritime Continent. Research brief: New index of variability over Maritime Continent
ARCCSS researchers develop a new index of intra-seasonal variability over the Maritime Continent.
Across Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and the Northern Hemisphere the increase in the area affected by warm temperature extremes is caused by anthropogenic influences. Research brief: The role of humans in temperature and rainfall extremes
Across Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and the Northern Hemisphere the increase in the area affected by warm temperature extremes is caused by anthropogenic influences.
As atmospheric CO2 increases, evidence suggests a corresponding increase in vegetation in tropical forests. Research brief: Tropical forest growth increases with rising CO2
As atmospheric CO2 increases, evidence suggests a corresponding increase in vegetation in tropical forests.
New pan evaporation scheme based on observations developed for climate models. Research brief: New pan evaporation scheme
A new pan evaporation scheme based on observations has been developed for climate models.
A special issue of the Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science examines Australia's destructive East Coast Lows. Nine years after the Pasha Bulker storm we're finally getting a handle on east coast lows
A special issue of the Journal of Southern Hemisphere Earth Systems Science examines Australia's destructive East Coast Lows.
Congratulations to our newest AGU Fellows, Prof Matthew England and Partner Investigator Dr Harry Hendon. Meet ARCCSS newest AGU Fellows
Congratulations to our newest AGU Fellows, Prof Matthew England and Partner Investigator Dr Harry Hendon.
For a second consecutive year the globe experienced its hottest year on record, beating the 2014 record by more than 0.1℃. State of the Climate 2015: Global warming and El Niño sent records tumbling
For a second consecutive year the globe experienced its hottest year on record, beating the 2014 record by more than 0.1℃.
ARCCSS Deputy Director Christian Jakob was honoured with a 2016 Ascent Award by the American Geophysical Union. Christian Jakob recognised with 2016 Ascent Award
ARCCSS Deputy Director Christian Jakob was honoured with a 2016 Ascent Award by the American Geophysical Union.
Offshore propagation of tropical rain found to be associated with gravity waves. Research brief: Gravity waves associated with rainfall far from shore
Offshore propagation of tropical rain found to be associated with gravity waves.
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