Posters from ARCCSS 2014 workshop

 

The effects of tropical convection on Australia's climate.

  • “Hector the convector” and his implications on the tropical tropopause layer (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Wiebke Frey, Todd Lane, Robyn Schofield, Vickal Kumar, Alain Protat, Peter Hoor, Daniel Kunkel, Fabrizio Ravegnani, Alexey Ulanovsky, Silvia Viciani, Francesco D’Amato, Stephan Borrmann, F. Fierli, R. Weigel, V. Mitev, R. Matthey, N. M. Sitnikov, A. Ulanovsky, and F. Cairo.
    • Research program: The effects of tropical convection on Australia's climate.
       
  • Tropical Cyclone Formation and Extratropical Potential Vorticity Maxima (Figure only - not poster).
    • Authors: Lam Hoang, Michael Reeder and Gareth Berry.
    • Research program: The effects of tropical convection on Australia's climate.
  • Modelled and observed precipitation over the Maritime Continent (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Claire Louise Vincent and Todd Lane.
    • Research program: The effects of tropical convection on Australia's climate.

 

 

Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes

  • Anthropogenic contribution to bushfire risk in New South Wales in October 2013. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Mitchell Black, David Karoly, Todd Lane and Lisa Alexander
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes
  • Presenting a new Climate Extremes Index: a case study for Australia. (pdf not available)
    • Authors: Andrea Dittus, David Karoly, Sophie Lewis and Lisa Alexander
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes
  • The timing of anthropogenic emergence in climate extremes. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Andrew King, Markus Donat, Erich Fischer, Ed Hawkins, Lisa Alexander, David Karoly, Andrea Dittus, Sophie Lewis, and Sarah Perkins.
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes.
  • Observing Water Availability Impacts on Vegetation using an Enhanced Passive Microwave Remote Sensing Method. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Yi Liu, Robert Parinussa, Albert van Dijk.
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes.
  • The amplification of Australian heatwave characteristics due to anthropogenic influence (no pdf available).
    • Authors: Sarah Perkins, Sophie C. Lewis, Andrew King, Lisa V. Alexander, Erich Fische.
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes.
       
  • Tropical cyclones and climate: the U.S. CLIVAR Hurricane Working Group (no pdf available).
    • Authors: Kevin Walsh and Michael Horn.
    • Research program: Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes.
       

 

The role of land forcing and feedbacks for regional climate

 

Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia

  • The role of the southward wind shift in the seasonal phase locking of ENSO. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Esteban Abellan, Shayne McGregor, Matthew England.
    • Research program: Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia.
  • Optimised coral reconstructions of the Indian Ocean Dipole (No pdf available).
    • Authors: Nerilie Abram, Bronwyn Dixon, Madelaine Rosevear, Benjamin Plunkett, Michael Gagan, Wahyoe Hantoro and Steven Phipps.
    • Research program: Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia.
  • Evaluation of TRMM 3B42 over New Caledonia (No pdf available).
    • Authors: Anil Deo and Kevin Walsh
    • Research program: Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia.
  • How coupled models alter El Nino ocean dynamics: a case study using the ACCESS coupled model (No pdf available).
    • Authors: Felicity S. Graham, Jaclyn N. Brown, Simon J. Marsland, Andrew T. Wittenberg, Neil J. Holbrook.
    • Research program: Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia.

 

Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change

  • Controls on air-sea CO2 flux in the Southern Ocean. (No pdf available).
    • Authors: Jennifer Ayers and Pete Strutton.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
  • Spatial patterns of warming off Western Australia during the 2011 Ningaloo Nino: quantifying impacts of remote and local forcing (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Jessica Benthuysen, Ming Feng, Liejun Zhong.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
  • Application of Contiguous Rain Area (CRA) method on Tropical Cyclone rainfall forecast verification. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Yingjun Chen, Elizabeth Ebert, Kevin Walsh, Noel Davidson.
    • Research program: (External)
  • The Sensitivity of the Carbon Cycle to Changes in the Southern Hemispheric Westerly Winds (No pdf available).
    • Authors: Willem Huiskamp, Katrin Meissner, Marc d'Orgeville.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
  • Interhemispheric Warming Asymmetry in an Eddy Permitting Coupled Climate Model (No pdf available)
    • Authors: David Hutchinson, Matthew England, Andy Hogg, Kate Snow.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
  • Ocean Sea Surface Salinity: An Evaluation of the Aquarius Satellite Data in the South Indian Ocean
    • Authors: Viviane V. Menezes, Marcio L. Vianna, Helen E. Phillips.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
       
  • The Ocean’s Overturning Circulation and Carbon Cycle. (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Maxim Nikurashin, Takamitsu Ito, Geoffrey K. Vallis, Andrew Watson.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.
  • The Anisotropy of Ocean Eddies
    • Authors: Kial Stewart, Paul Spence, Stephanie Waterman, Julien Le Sommer, Jean-Marc Molines & Matthew England.
    • Research Program: Mechanisms and attribution of past and future ocean circulation change.

 

Cross program and external research

  • The Software Architecture of Climate Models: A graphical comparison of CMIP5 and EMICAR5 configurations (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Kaitlin Alexander, Steve Easterbrook
    • Research programs: (External) Software Engineering Lab, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto, Canada.
  • What is the impact of clouds on climate? Cloud Radiative Forcing, at the Tropical Tropopause Layer (TTL)? (No pdf available)
    • Authors: Maxime Colin, Bernard Legras.
    • Research program: (External).
  • Classifying Extratropical Cyclones (No pdf available)
    • Author:  Jennifer Catto.
    • Research programs: (Cross disciplinary) Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in Australia and Mechanisms explaining changes in Australia's climate extremes.

 

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