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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. 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
ARCCSS researchers have taken a new approach to combining results from multiple climate models to test if it improves projections of our climate. Research brief: ARCCSS researchers improve confidence in regional climate model projections
ARCCSS researchers have taken a new approach to combining results from multiple climate models to test if it improves projections of our climate.
Beach sky, Sydney by Igor Kasalovic (Unsplash). Research brief: Accurate datasets and model weighting improve climate projections
Future North American summer maximum temperatures were studied using models from the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project phase 5 (CMIP5).
The AAS with 21 other National Academies of Science has called on members at the next CHOGM summit to use the best available science to guide action on climate change. Acadamies call on CHOGM members to do more to fight climate change
The AAS has called on members at the next CHOGM summit to use the best available science to guide action on climate change.
Natural rainfall variation is so great that it could take a human lifetime for significant climate signals to appear in regional or global rainfall measures.Natural rainfall variation is so great that it could take a human lifetime for significant climate signals to appear in rainfall measures. Rainfall’s natural variation hides climate change signal
Natural rainfall variation is so great that it could take a human lifetime for significant climate signals to appear in rainfall measures.
The ARCCSS community is mourning the loss of our young colleague, Benjamin Möbis, who died while scuba diving. Vale Benjamin Möbis
The ARCCSS community is mourning the loss of our young colleague, Benjamin Möbis, who died while scuba diving.
The Royal Society has just released a progress report that updates the state of climate science since the last IPCC assessment.  Royal Society reports on progress since IPCC's AR5
The Royal Society has just released a progress report that updates the state of climate science since the last IPCC assessment. 
Things can float in the shadow zone for 1500 years. How the “shadow zone” traps the world’s oldest ocean water
New research reveals why the oldest water in the ocean can remain trapped in a shadow zone 2km below the sea surface for over 1000 years.
As the world warms, new research reveals thunderstorm intensity in the tropics and subtropics will increase.  Tropical thunderstorms are set to grow stronger as the world warms
As the world warms, new research reveals thunderstorm intensity in the tropics and subtropics will increase. 
The European heatwave in 2003 that led to 70,000 deaths is twice as likely to occur if global temperatures reach 2°C. Europe swelters even if Paris targets are met
The European heatwave in 2003 that led to 70,000 deaths is twice as likely to occur if global temperatures reach 2°C.
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