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Hateruma 2013 by Kobaken Research brief: How sea surface temperature changes daily in Tropical Warm Pool
Using satellite measurements and drifting buoys, ARCCSS researchers showed the causes of sea surface temperature change in the tropics.
Epic storm at Tweed Heads by Andy Kothe-Deeley. Research brief: Natural hazards in Australia
In a special issue of Climatic Change, ARCCSS researchers helped compile review papers on sea level and coastal extremes, heatwaves, and storm, wind and hail.
The development of dynamic global vegetation models will help researchers better understand future fire activity under climate change. Research brief: Understanding climate, vegetation and fire interactions.
The development of dynamic global vegetation models will help researchers better understand future fire activity under climate change.
Dorothy Mackellar’s view of Australia as a country of droughts and flooding rains is likely to get a further boost with global warming. Climate change forecast: more intense deluges and downpours Downunder
Dorothy Mackellar’s view of Australia as a country of droughts and flooding rains is likely to get a further boost with global warming.
Australian researchers have produced a remarkable high-resolution animation of the largest El Niño ever recorded. Extraordinary animation reveals ocean’s role in El Niños
Australian researchers from the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science have produced a remarkable high-resolution animation of the largest El Niño ever recorded.
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.
The Cape Grim Measuring Station - one of three key atmospheric atmopsheric measuring stations in the world - turns 40. Cape Grim marks 40 years of measurements
The Cape Grim Measuring Station - one of three key atmospheric atmopsheric measuring stations in the world - turns 40. 
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.
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