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The death of Mike Raupach has been felt by the entire Australian climate community. Vale Michael Raupach
The death of Mike Raupach on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, has been felt by the entire Australian climate community.
New research shows that Australians could end up feeling even hotter than expected over the next few decades. Bad luck, Brisbane: muggy cities will feel future heat even more
New research shows that Australians could end up feeling even hotter than expected over the next few decades.
On November 19-20, 2014,  22 scientists from across Australia and beyond met in Hobart for the first ARCCSS Workshop on Climate Change Detection and Attribution. 2014 ARCCSS workshop on climate change detection and attribution
On November 19-20, 2014,  22 scientists from across Australia and beyond met in Hobart for the first ARCCSS Workshop on Climate Change Detection and Attribution (D&A).
Sophie Lewis and David Karoly have been acknowledged by AMOS for their outstanding work. ARCCSS researchers awarded AMOS honours
Congratulations to Prof David Karoly and Dr Sophie Lewis, who have both been recognised for their outstanding work.
The Australian Research Data Infrastructure Strategy (TARDIS) has just been released and includes 18 recommendations. Report on Australian Research Data Strategy released
The Australian Research Data Infrastructure Strategy (TARDIS) has just been released and includes 18 recommendations.
As we near the end of the calendar year it is becoming increasingly likely that 2014 will be the hottest year on record. Hot 2014 closes in on top spot in world temperature rankings
As representatives from around the world sit down in Lima to discuss how to tackle the ever-growing problem of climate change, it is becoming increasingly likely that 2014 will be the hottest year on record.
This time last year, it was announced that Australia had experienced its hottest spring on record. Well, guess what? It’s happened again. Sound familiar? Spring 2014 was Australia's hottest on record, again
This time last year, it was announced that Australia had experienced its hottest spring on record. Well, guess what? It’s happened again.
Current changes in the ocean around Antarctica may lead to an abrupt 3-4 metre rise in global sea level. Changing Antarctic waters could trigger steep rise in sea levels
Current changes in the ocean around Antarctica are disturbingly close to conditions 14,000 years ago that new research shows may have led to the rapid melting of Antarctic ice and an abrupt 3-4 metre rise in global sea level.
New research reveals that pauses in global average temperatures may be a thing of the past by 2030, until the Earth's temperature has stabilised. Climate change set to overpower future warming pauses
New research reveals that pauses in global average temperatures may be a thing of the past by 2030, until the Earth's temperature has stabilised.
Australia's hottest year on record in 2013 was virtually impossible without the influence of human-caused global warming Climate detectives reveal handprint of human-caused climate change in Australia
Australia's hottest year on record in 2013 was virtually impossible without the influence of human-caused global warming.
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