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Strengthening winds on the opposite side of Antarctica, up to 6000kms away, drive the high rate of ice melt along the West Antarctic Peninsula. Stronger winds heat up West Antarctic ice melt
Strengthening winds on the opposite side of Antarctica, up to 6000kms away, drive the high rate of ice melt along the West Antarctic Peninsula.
Prof Matthew England has been awarded the prestigious Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and Policy in Antarctica for 2017. Matthew England awarded Tinker-Muse Prize
Prof Matthew England has been awarded the prestigious Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and Policy in Antarctica for 2017.
Dr Andrew King fact checks a QandA claim about worsening heatwaves and a doubling of hot days in Australia. Are heatwaves 'worsening' and have 'hot days' in Australia doubled in the last 50 years?
Dr Andrew King fact checks a QandA claim about worsening heatwaves and a doubling of hot days in Australia.
Ice cores reveal an incredibly tight connection between temperature and greenhouse gas levels, which has implications for climate change. The three-minute story of 800,000 years of climate change with a sting in its tail
Ice cores reveal an incredibly tight connection between temperature and greenhouse gas levels, which has implications for climate change.
If global temperatures hit 1.5°C above pre-industrial conditions the Great Barrier Reef could be in trouble. Heat on for Australia when global temperatures hit 1.5°C
If global temperatures hit 1.5°C above pre-industrial conditions the Great Barrier Reef could be in trouble.
Global temperatures could break the 1.5°C barrier negotiated at Paris as early as 2026 with a positive IPO. Paris 1.5°C target may be smashed by 2026
Global temperatures could break the 1.5°C barrier negotiated at Paris as early as 2026 with a positive IPO.
Our own Dr Melissa Hart has recently been accepted into the global women in STEMM leadership initiative - Homeward Bound. Melissa bound for leadership role
Our own Dr Melissa Hart has recently been accepted into the global women in STEMM leadership initiative - Homeward Bound.
The world’s poorest countries have paying more than wealthy nations for the past 20 years because of human-caused global warming. Increasing temperatures hit poorest countries hardest
The world’s poorest countries have paying more than wealthy nations for the past 20 years because of human-caused global warming.
Research by ARCCSS scientists may improve official forecasts of hurricane seasons in the Pacific Basin. Research brief: Variations in drivers of cyclone activity may improve forecasting
Research by ARCCSS scientists may improve official forecasts of hurricane seasons in the Pacific Basin.
Researchers have looked at disaster declarations for floods, storms and bushfires in New South Wales and their relation to ENSO conditions. Research brief: Disaster declarations linked to bushfires, floods and storms in NSW
Researchers have looked at disaster declarations for floods, storms and bushfires in New South Wales and their relation to ENSO conditions.
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