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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.
Human induced climate change led to consecutive hot years in Australia during 2013/14. Research brief: Climate change caused consecutive record hot years
Human induced climate change led to consecutive hot years in Australia during 2013/14.
High resolution climate model investigation suggests observed climatology of ECLs remains poorly defined. Research brief: Climatology of ECLs poorly defined
High resolution climate model investigation suggests observed climatology of ECLs remains poorly defined.
Evaluating the added value produced by dynamically downscaling GCM data to higher resolution using regional climate models. Research brief: Added value of downscaling climate models
Evaluating the added value produced by dynamically downscaling GCM data to higher resolution using regional climate models.
 The first quantitative assessment of Leeuwin Current pathways within an offline, 50 year integration time, eddy-resolving global ocean model simulation. Research brief: Tracking the Leeuwin current
 The first quantitative assessment of Leeuwin Current pathways within an offline, 50 year integration time, eddy-resolving global ocean model simulation.
Changes in the strength of winds over the Southern Ocean have increased the extent of Antarctic sea ice. Research brief: Strong wind changes increase Antarctic ice
Changes in the strength of winds over the Southern Ocean have increased the extent of Antarctic sea ice.
Climate variability in basins outside the Pacific influence the ENSO cycle. Research brief: How ocean basins influence ENSO
Climate variability in basins outside the Pacific influence the ENSO cycle.
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