This research uses Sydney, Australia’s largest city, as a test case for our new configuration of the Weather and Research Forecasting model run at a very high resolution of 800 m with a new urban classification scheme that describes the complexity of Sydney’s built environment.Read More
Author: Alvin Stone
In this study, CLEX researchers and colleagues showed that the North Atlantic sea-surface temperature response to ENSO is nonlinear with respect to the strength of the sea-surface temperature forcing in the tropical Pacific.Read More
The Research Associate will conduct research focused on the development and/or application of the Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) land model. This is the land surface scheme used in the Australian Community Climate and Earth Simulator (ACCESS) model which is a collaboration between the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology.Read More
CLEX researchers used data from a wind profiler radar pair at Darwin, Australia, to determine the characteristics of individual up- and downdrafts observed at the site. They found updrafts with 5km vertical heights with extreme rain rates.Read More
The University of the Balearic Islands (Spain) is seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate to work on sub-hourly precipitation extremes using convection-permitting models. The project is aimed at understanding the processes that will contribute to future potential changes in sub-hourly rainfall extremes over the Mediterranean region, which is frequently exposed to very high-impact severe weather conditions.Read More
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