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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.
This year's winter school will focus on the scientific fundamentals of climate change. Applications close March 10 for ARCCSS Winter School 2017
This year's winter school will focus on the scientific fundamentals of climate change.
Hateruma 2013 by Kobaken Research brief: How sea surface temperature changes daily in Tropical Warm Pool
Using satellite measurements and drifting buoys, ARCCSS researchers showed the causes of sea surface temperature change in the tropics.
Epic storm at Tweed Heads by Andy Kothe-Deeley. Research brief: Natural hazards in Australia
In a special issue of Climatic Change, ARCCSS researchers helped compile review papers on sea level and coastal extremes, heatwaves, and storm, wind and hail.
The development of dynamic global vegetation models will help researchers better understand future fire activity under climate change. Research brief: Understanding climate, vegetation and fire interactions.
The development of dynamic global vegetation models will help researchers better understand future fire activity under climate change.
The NSW heatwave of February 2017 is another extreme event that has become more frequent as a result of human-caused climate change. Climate change doubled the likelihood of the NSW heatwave
The NSW heatwave of February 2017 is another extreme event that has become more frequent as a result of human-caused climate change.
Congratulations to Centre of Excellence PhD student Pearse Buchanan who has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. Pearse off to Princeton on Fulbright Scholarship
Congratulations to Centre of Excellence PhD student Pearse Buchanan who has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship.
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