How To Fix The Misspelled Words Easily

Have a lot of writing and don't know what's the easiest way to check it for spelling errors or typos? Don't worry because this article will help you fix it in a very simple way. Not every text which we type is free from this kind of thing, let alone …

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Stronger westerlies blow an ill wind for climate

Stronger westerly winds in the Southern Ocean could be the cause of a sudden rise in atmospheric CO2 in a period of less than 100 years about 16,000 years ago, according to a study published in Nature Communications. The westerly winds during that event strengthened as they contracted closer to Antarctica, leading …

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Global warming may be twice what climate models predict

Future global warming may eventually be twice as warm as projected by climate models under business-as-usual scenarios and even if the world meets the 2°C target sea levels may rise six metres or more, according to an international team of researchers from 17 countries. The findings published last week in Nature …

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ENSO Dynamics Workshop

 The Workshop has now been held. You can find a report on the two-day event, here.  You are cordially invited to join a discussion on ENSO dynamics on November 20/21, 2017, at University of New South Wales (Sydney), hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, and the new ARC Centre of …

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Winter School Application

Application Form 2018 ARCCSS/CLEX Winter School – Climate Extremes and High Impact Weather Surname * Given Name * Email * Mobile phone number * Gender (students will be sharing accommodation with someone of the same gender)  Male  Female What is your education status? *  Undergraduate student  Honours student  Masters student  PhD student  Postdoc  Other other …

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Designing an academic poster

 This is a very basic guide to the process of constructing academic posters. The tips here won't apply to some of the larger conferences, where the posters tend to be built on templates, are text heavy and the decision on winners is based on the novelty of the science (think AGU and …

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Winter School 2018

Winter School 2017 attendees- For supplementary material including the schedule, a Winter School welcome pack, recommended prior reading, presentation slides and practical instructions, click here. Note- this page will be continuously updated up to, during, and after the Winter School week so be sure to keep checking it for new …

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Regional adaptions can cool heat extremes by up to 2-3°C

New research published today in Nature Geoscience has found that climate engineering that modifies the properties of the land surface in highly populated areas and agricultural areas over North America, Europe and Asia could reduce extreme temperatures there by up to 2-3°C. The modifications could include lightening buildings, roads and other infrastructure in high population …

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Climate change to expand impacts of El Nino/La Nina extremes

Australia, South America and Equatorial Africa are in the firing line for more extreme weather, as global warming looks set to increase the area of land affected by El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), better known as El Niño and La Niña events. ENSO events already have significant impacts on economies, affecting …

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Director’s report – December 2017

The heading of this newsletter, Endings and Beginnings, is particularly apt as I step into the role of Director of ARCCSS as it winds down and Andy Pitman moves across to Director of CLeX as it powers up. We also lose one of our key chief investigators in both centres, …

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