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Publications 2016

This publication list is ordered alphabetically by lead author. To obtain a copy of any of these publications contact the relevant team member via the Centre Team page. Browse publications by year: 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014  | 2013 | 2012 | 2011   2016 BOOK CHAPTER Dean, A., D. Green, and P. Nunn (2016), The Impacts of Climate Finance on an …

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Graduate and Honours Opportunities

Our Graduate Program has now transitioned to the ARC Centre for Excellence for Climate Extremes. If you are interested in graduate opportunites with us, please visit our new website.   The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science offers a range of graduate and honours opportunities. Outstanding students may receive …

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Events

If you would like to add an event to this calendar, please email Alvin Stone. 2017 Summer school on sea-level change: observations, processes and modelling August 27 – September 1 This Summer School will provide PhD students and junior scientists specializing in sea level research with a basic introduction to the …

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Biography of Professor Will Steffen

Professor Will Steffen Chief Investigator Executive Director Climate Change Institute Email: Telephone: Researcher ID: C-7651-2011 BSc (1970) University of Missouri, USA MSc (1972) University of Florida, USA PhD (1975) University of Florida, USA Biography Professor Will Steffen completed his Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Missouri.  He was …

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Sophisticated land surface scheme added to CSIRO Mk3L climate model

3 December 2011: The impact of the land surface on climate will be simulated better then ever before in the CSIRO Mk3L climate system model following the addition of a sophisticated land surface scheme. Centre of Excellence researchers helped incorporate the new Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) model into CSIRO Mk3L. The CABLE model …

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Past changes reveal our climate change future

02 September 2011: If our knowledge of the past is the key to our understanding the future, then Dr Steven Phipps and the researchers at the International Union for Quaternary Research recent conference may have a clearer insight than most. The conference, held every four years, was hosted this year in the picturesque medieval town of Bern, Switzerland. …

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