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Things can float in the shadow zone for 1500 years. How the “shadow zone” traps the world’s oldest ocean water
New research reveals why the oldest water in the ocean can remain trapped in a shadow zone 2km below the sea surface for over 1000 years.
As the world warms, new research reveals thunderstorm intensity in the tropics and subtropics will increase.  Tropical thunderstorms are set to grow stronger as the world warms
As the world warms, new research reveals thunderstorm intensity in the tropics and subtropics will increase. 
The European heatwave in 2003 that led to 70,000 deaths is twice as likely to occur if global temperatures reach 2°C. Europe swelters even if Paris targets are met
The European heatwave in 2003 that led to 70,000 deaths is twice as likely to occur if global temperatures reach 2°C.
Sydney and Melbourne could see temperatures hit 50°C with just 2°C of global warming, according to new ARCSS research. Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50 degree days – study
Sydney and Melbourne could see temperatures hit 50°C with just 2°C of global warming, according to new ARCSS research.
A 1.5°C increase in global temperatures will bring significant changes to the length, intensity and frequency of heat waves all over the world. Summer could be one long heatwave if planet hits 2°C
A 1.5°C increase in global temperatures will bring significant changes to the length, intensity and frequency of heat waves all over the world.
Saturday, September 16, is the 30th anniversary of the agreement that led to the Montréal Protocol. Celebrating 30 years of the Montréal Protocol
Saturday, September 16, is the 30th anniversary of the agreement that led to the Montréal Protocol.
RU OK day R U OK? Day
With RU OK? day drawing near this is an ideal time to remind all ARCCSS staff and students of the mental health assistance we have available. 
Dr Linden Ashcroft has been named as a joint winner of the Australian Academy of Science’s 2018 Moran Award for History of Science Research. Linden Ashcroft awarded 2018 Moran Award for History of Science Research
Dr Linden Ashcroft has been named as a joint winner of the Australian Academy of Science’s 2018 Moran Award for History of Science Research.
Future simulations of hot extremes may be unreliable, indicating a need for a reevaluation of how climate models resolve relevant terrestrial processes. Research brief: Hot extremes amplified by low soil moisture
Future simulations of hot extremes may be unreliable, indicating a need for a reevaluation of how climate models resolve relevant terrestrial processes.
Climate change was almost certainly responsible for a marine heatwave off Tasmania’s east coast in 2015/16 that lasted 251 days. Record-breaking marine heatwave cooks Tasmania's fisheries
Climate change was almost certainly responsible for a marine heatwave off Tasmania’s east coast in 2015/16 that lasted 251 days.
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