Here you can find a list of the graduate and upper-level undergraduate climate science courses run at our node universities. There may be opportunities for Centre students to sit in on these courses, either in person, or virtually through videoconferencing or other virtual learning platforms.

Please contact the course coordinator(s) listed below for further details.

Alternatively, other course material will be uploaded to this site, or linked via the individual course website, when they become available.

University of NSW

Climate System Science- CLIM3001
Level– 3rd year.
Schedule– semester 1.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
For more information, contact- Lisa Alexander.

Physical Oceanography – MSCI3001
Level- 3rd yr/masters.
Schedule- semester 2.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting in via videoconferencing is not possible at the moment.
Audio is being recorded and may be made available (together with slides) through a password-protected site for students interested.
For more information, contact- Alex Sen Gupta.

Fluids, Oceans and Climate – MATH3261/5285
Level– 3rd year/hons/grad
Schedule– semester 2.
There are opportunities for UNSW students to enrol in or audit the course.
For more information, contact – Mark Holzer

 

Monash University

Advanced Dynamical Meteorology- M45071
Level- 4th year/hons/grad
Schedule- semester 1.
There are opportunites to sit in in person.
For more information, contact- Michael Reeder

Statistical Analysis for Climate Research – M4551
Level- 3rd yr/hons/grad.
Schedule- semester 1.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting in via videoconferencing may be possible.
Lectures, on EOFs, recorded previously in this course are available from our Lectures, seminars and tutorial page.
Lecture material available here.
For more information, contact- Dietmar Dommenget.

 

Australian National University

Physics of Fluid Flow – PHYS 3034
Level- 3rd yr/hons.
Schedule- semester 1.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting in via videoconferencing is not possible at the moment.
All lectures are recorded, there are possibilities for these to be distributed to interested students.
For more information, contact- Andy Hogg

Fundamentals of climate system science – EMSC 2021
Level- 3rd yr/hons.
Schedule- semester 2.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting in via videoconferencing is not possible at the moment.
All lectures are recorded, there are possibilities for these to be distributed to interested students.
For more information, contact- Andy Hogg and Michael Roderick.

Palaeoclimatology and Climate Change – EMSC3027
Level- 3rd yr/hons.
Schedule- semester 2.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting in via videoconferencing is not possible at the moment.
All lectures are recorded, there are possibilities for these to be distributed to interested students.
Lecturers: Eelco Rohling, Nerilie Abram and Jimin Yu
For more information, contact- Jimin Yu (jimin.yu@anu.edu.au)

 

The University of Melbourne

Atmosphere Ocean Interaction – ATOC90005 (requires you to create an account to login)
Syllabus available here.
Level– Hons/Masters/PhD
Schedule– Lecture times- 10am to 1pm on the following days:
July 6-10 (every day); July 14; a break for AMOS, then July 20-22 (all three days).
Pracs: 2-4pm July 6, 8, 14, 21.
The lectures are being delivered via the Videocon system and remote attendance is welcome, please contact Kevin Walsh if you would like to join via remotely. Lectures are not being recorded.
For more information, contact- Kevin Walsh.

 

University of Tasmania

Physical Oceanography – QMS511
Level– grad.
Schedule– 5-9 June 2017.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Sitting may be opportunities to sit in via videoconferencing.
Lectures have been recorded in the past there may be opportunity to share with interested students.
For more information, contact- Maxim Nikurashin.

Marine Biogeochemistry- QMS512
Level– grad.
Schedule– 20-24 Feb 2017.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
Lectures have been recorded in the past when the course was held alongside the winter school, videos available here.
For more information, contact- Zanna Chase.

Our Changing Climate – KGA320
Level– 3rd year.
Schedule– semester 2.
There are opportunities to sit in in person.
For more information, contact Neil Holbrook