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New research from Nick Herold and Lisa Alexander show precipitaton uncertainties in observational datasets are as large as those in climate models. Observed precipitation datasets no better than climate models
New research from Nick Herold and Lisa Alexander show precipitaton uncertainties in observational datasets are as large as those in climate models.
IPCC Assessment Reports have changed little in their assessments of changes to global temperature and precipitation extremes. Research brief: A review of progress and limitations of observed changes in extremes in IPCC assessments
IPCC Assessment Reports have changed little in their assessments of changes to global temperature and precipitation extremes.
New research shows the same basic framework long used to couple energy with water can be used to couple water with carbon. Research Brief: New model improves understanding of energy, water and carbon relationships
New research shows the same basic framework long used to couple energy with water can be used to couple water with carbon.
The movement south of trade winds may be the Christmas gift that brings an end to the extreme conditions brought by El Niño's. Research brief: South shifting trade winds blow away El Ninos
The movement south of trade winds may be the Christmas gift that brings an end to the extreme conditions brought by El Niño's
This new stomatal scheme in CABLE, constrained by experimental data, provides a valuable advance in the long-term development of the ACCESS modelling system. Research brief: Improved stomatal scheme reduces biases in ACCESS model
This new stomatal scheme in CABLE, constrained by experimental data, provides a valuable advance in the long-term development of the ACCESS modelling system.
Report of joint meeting ARCCSS and BoM: Model Errors, Development and Evaluation Workshop. Model Errors, Development and Evaluation Workshop, November 18, 2015
Report of joint meeting between the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science (ARCCSS) and the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM): Model Errors, Development and Evaluation Workshop
A detailed animation of the movement of Antarctic bottom water has been made using data generated on Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, Raijin. Big data reveals glorious animation of Antarctic bottom water
A detailed animation of the movement of Antarctic bottom water has been made using data generated on Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, Raijin.
ARCCSS Director Prof Andy Pitman and Partner Investigator Dr Harry Hendon have been made Fellows of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). Congratulations to our new AMS Fellows
ARCCSS Director Prof Andy Pitman and Partner Investigator Dr Harry Hendon have been made Fellows of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).
Congratulations to our own Dr Andrea Taschetto who has been announced as the winner of the 2016 Dorothy Hill Award. Dr Andrea Taschetto wins Dorothy Hill Award
Congratulations to our own Dr Andrea Taschetto who has been announced as the winner of the 2016 Dorothy Hill Award by the Australian Academy of Science.
Long term warming of the Indian and Pacific oceans played an important role in making the Queensland floods of 2010/2011 worse. Warming oceans worsened Queensland’s fatal 2011 floods
Long term warming of the Indian and Pacific oceans played an important role in making the Queensland floods of 2010/2011 worse.
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