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Headset Symbol In Scientist’s Android Phone

After checking the atmosphere and conditions in Antarctica, such as checking the weather there. There is one problem faced by one of the scientists, namely the android cellphone used, a headset symbol appears. This symbol makes cellphone scientists who deal with various kinds of climate weather not appear sound. Of …

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About Car Accidents And Why Hire A Lawyer For The Solution

Seeking a solution to a road accident depends a lot on how the moment has been handled together with the disposition of those affected for the solution, however, there are certain situations that will lead to civil justice having to take up the matter, such as damages elderly or deaths, …

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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 EGU …

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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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Mathematics for Climate Change Detection and Attribution school

The question of detecting and attributing causes in our current context of global warming is basically a statistical problem, one that can be thought of as establishing cause-and-effect relationships in a regression analysis study. In conventional detection schemes, model-predicted anthropogenic climate change is required to be as distinguishable as possible …

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Busan shows a new way to create a successful workshop

I recently attended 4 overseas meetings in the span of 2 weeks (12th to 23rd of October 2017).  These were Climate Variability and Air-Sea Interaction Conference at the National Taiwan University in Taipei, ENSO Complexity workshop at ICCP in Busan, South Korea, 12th CLIVAR Pacific Region Panel meeting in Busan, and the International Symposium on Banda Sea Ecosystem in Jakarta.  As …

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International summer school on atmospheric teleconnections

The Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science generously provided funding for me to travel to Germany to attend a week long Summer School in Potsdam, Berlin at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research. The focus of the Summer School was Atmospheric Teleconnections which was a great fit for …

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ENSO Dynamics Workshop 2017

A workshop on ENSO dynamics was held on November 20-21, 2017, at the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre.  The workshop was funded and hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence (CoE) for Climate System Science and the new ARC CoE for Climate Extremes.   It was attended by 25 ENSO researchers and forecasters, …

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Conference: The Future of Cumulus Parameterization

I got the chance to attend The Future of Cumulus Parametrisation Workshop held in Delft from July 10-14, which was co-hosted by ARCCSS and co-organised by Christian Jakob. And what a rare phenomenon! Having more than 100 scientists who love thinking about convective parameterisations gathering together in the same place, …

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