Blog Entries

Part 4: A (mosquito) feast for all the senses

Part 3: What is a heatwave?

Part 2: Python on L-plates

If programmers are professional drivers, then Jacqui Fenwick reckons she is now on her programming L-plates

Part 3: Expeditions, research and a new home

Jesse has problems with his bike gears, notes the prevalence of wet-weather gear in Tassie and gears up to share his research with the experts.

Part 1: Jacqui walks the dark alleyway

Research: Came for the answer, stayed for the question

James Goldie is a PhD student at ARCCSS. During the course of his PhD he will be writing regular blogs about his work and what it is like to be a PhD student.

Part 2: Madmen and mad data downloads

Part 2: Jesse Greenslade continues his summer student blog.

Part 1: Six weeks as a summer student at IMAS

Jesse Greenslade is a summer student who will be spending six weeks at IMAS at our UTAS  hub where he will look at troposphere ozone intrusions.

Summer school on attribution and prediction of extreme events

This Northern Hemisphere summer, Acacia Pepler, Mitchell Black and Andrea Dittus attended the WCRP-ICTP Summer school on attribution and prediction of extreme events in Trieste, Italy.

DPG Summer School: “Physics of the Ocean”, Bad Honnef, Germany

Chris and Shirley started their magical European adventure in Germany at the Physikzentrum or “German Hogwarts”, in the sleepy little town of Bad Honnef.

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