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New research showing how tiny creatures drifted across the ocean may improve our understanding of past climates. Stuck-in-the-mud plankton reveal ancient temperatures
New research in Nature Communications showing how tiny creatures drifted across the ocean before falling to the seafloor may improve our understanding of past climates.
As State and Federal leaders agree to crack down on air pollution, world-leading researchers on the impacts of toxic air on human health meet this week at UNSW. Australia’s toxic laws affect the health of our children
As State and Federal leaders agree to crack down on air pollution, world-leading researchers on the impacts of toxic air on human health meet this week at the University of New South Wales.
ARCCSS researchers played key roles in the Australian Academy  fo Science's booklet, The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers. AAS produces Climate Change Q&A
ARCCSS researchers played key roles in the Australian Academy  fo Science's booklet, The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers.
Storm track of TC Marcia Australia's "cyclone sandwich": Does climate change have a role?
As two tropical cyclones hit Australia, Andrew King answers the question before it can be asked, Did climate change cause these cyclones?
The death of Mike Raupach has been felt by the entire Australian climate community. Vale Michael Raupach
The death of Mike Raupach on Tuesday, February 10, 2015, has been felt by the entire Australian climate community.
Aillie Gallant examines the federal government's Technical Advisory Forum on Weather Data to review Australia's official temperature set. Bureau’s weather records to be reviewed again – sure, why not?
Aillie Gallant examines the federal government's Technical Advisory Forum on Weather Data to review Australia's official temperature set.
Strong La Nina events are projected to nearly double in frequency as the world continues to warm, according to research published in Nature Climate Change. Global warming to double extreme La Nina events
Strong La Nina events are projected to nearly double in frequency as the world continues to warm, according to research published in Nature Climate Change.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science will host its  4th annual winter school on June 15-19, 2015 Apply now for ARCCSS Winter School 2015
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science will host its  4th annual winter school on June 15-19, 2015.
New research shows that Australians could end up feeling even hotter than expected over the next few decades. Bad luck, Brisbane: muggy cities will feel future heat even more
New research shows that Australians could end up feeling even hotter than expected over the next few decades.
On November 19-20, 2014,  22 scientists from across Australia and beyond met in Hobart for the first ARCCSS Workshop on Climate Change Detection and Attribution. 2014 ARCCSS workshop on climate change detection and attribution
On November 19-20, 2014,  22 scientists from across Australia and beyond met in Hobart for the first ARCCSS Workshop on Climate Change Detection and Attribution (D&A).
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