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A new study has overturned the long held view that microbes in the world’s oceans are highly mobile and the same cells can be found anywhere across the planet. Microbes evolve faster than oceans can disperse them
A new study has overturned the long held view that microbes in the world’s oceans are highly mobile and the same cells can be found anywhere across the planet, unhindered by geographic boundaries.
Questions over Bureau of Meteorology data
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science does not collect primary data. We use data collected and quality controlled by agencies around the world.
It looks like it’s all over bar the shouting for the chance of this year bringing on a “super” El Niño. Or is it? Don't dismiss a 'super' El Nino just yet
It looks like it’s all over bar the shouting for the chance of this year bringing on a “super” El Niño. Or is it?
Lisa Alexander and her Extremes team, along with Steve Sherwood have been nominated for a Eureka prize Four Centre researchers named finalists in Eureka awards
In an impressive coup for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, four of our researchers have been named as finalists in the Australian Museum’s Eureka Awards.
Heat waves in Australia are thought to have been responsible for more fatalities in Australia over the past two centuries (around 4000) than any other natural hazard. Research brief: The structure and evolution of heatwaves in SE Australia
Heat waves are thought to have been responsible for more fatalities in Australia over the past two centuries (around 4000) than any other natural hazard.
A major step forward has been achieved this week with the publication of the currently available list of ACCESS model hierarchies. ACCESS hierarchy published
A major step forward has been achieved with the publication of the currently available list of model hierarchies.
New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean, likely caused by global warming, has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds. Atlantic warming turbocharges Pacific trade winds
New research has found rapid warming of the Atlantic Ocean, likely caused by global warming, has turbocharged Pacific Equatorial trade winds. Currently the winds are at a level never before seen on observed records, which extend back to the 1860s.
Jennifer Ayers pubishes new research in Geophysical Research Letters contributes which reveals how nutrient transport in the Indonesian Flowthrough varied over a three-year field study. Research brief: Nutrient transport via the Indonesian Throughflow
Jennifer Ayers pubishes new research in Geophysical Research Letters contributes which reveals how nutrient transport in the Indonesian Flowthrough varied over a three-year field study.
Help the Ministry of Silly Walkers and Talkers raise $4000 for Oxfam. Help our silly walkers and talkers
Staff from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, have committed to raising a combined $4,000 by walking 100km to help Oxfam Australia fight poverty
Prof David Karoly responds to a new paper showing how climate change is drying out southern WA. Climate change dries out WA
Prof David Karoly responds to a new paper showing how climate change is drying out southern WA.
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