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The search for missing flight MH370 isn’t over in the Southern Indian Ocean – it’s just going deeper. Time to search deeper in the ocean for missing flight MH370
The search for missing flight MH370 isn’t over in the Southern Indian Ocean – it’s just going deeper in an attempt to cover the ocean floor over a much wider area.
In Sydney it has been more like early summer than the beginning of winter. Winter heatwaves are nice... as extreme weather events go
If you’ve stepped outside at lunchtime in Sydney over the past few days, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it was more like early summer than the beginning of winter.
Every El Niño is different and, interestingly, the strongest El Niños aren't necessarily the ones with the largest impacts in Australia. Research brief: How El Nino events differ
Every El Niño is different and, interestingly, the strongest El Niños aren't necessarily the ones with the largest impacts in Australia.
Climate variability in eastern Australia is strongly related to ENSO. Andrew King investigates the detail about what this means for rainfall. Research brief: How ENSO influences eastern Australian rainfall
Climate variability in eastern Australia is strongly related to ENSO. Andrew King investigates the detail about what this means for rainfall.
Prof Andy Pitman and Dr Sarah Perkins write about how climate change is affecting heatwaves in the Doomsday edition of online magazine New Idealist. Australian heatwaves – the new normal
Prof Andy Pitman and Dr Sarah Perkins write about how climate change is affecting heatwaves in the Doomsday edition of the free online magazine New Idealist.
ARCCSS Chief investigator Todd Lane will take up the post of AMOS president for the next two years. Todd Lane named new AMOS president
After serving as vice president of Australian Meteorological Society (AMOS) for two years, the Centre of Excellence’s Todd Lane has been named as the new president of the society.
Professor Matthew England has been honoured by being elected to the Australian Academy of Science. A fine fellow: Prof Matthew England elected to Australian Academy of Science
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science's Professor Matthew England has been honoured by being elected to the Australian Academy of Science.
Any Australian with a home computer and an internet connection can now power up a climate model and help scientists run climate experiments. Home computers to power climate change research
Any Australian with a home computer and an internet connection can now power up a climate model and help scientists find the causes of record high temperatures and drought that hit Australia and New Zealand in 2013.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has highlighted Australia’s hottest year on record in 2013 as a key event in its 2013 Status of the Climate Report. WMO: Australia’s hot year made worse by climate change
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) has highlighted Australia’s hottest year on record in 2013 as a key event showing how climate change has impacted extreme events in its annual Status of the Climate Report.
The new WMO statement on the status of the global climate of 2013 highlights climate change is already making many extreme heat events worse. Global meteorology report puts yet more heat on climate politics
The new World Meteorological Organization statement on the status of the global climate of 2013 highlights a fact that some still wilfully prefer to ignore – climate change is already making many extreme heat events worse.
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