Briefings are available as PDF downloads below:
What is ocean biogeochemistry?
Using Machine Learning to Cut the Cost of Downscaling Global Climate Models
High impact compound events in Australia
Atmospheric rivers in Australia
The role of clouds in coral bleaching events
Understanding Australia’s Rainfall
A new global picture of compounding weather and climate hazards
The impact of climate extremes on Australia’s marine environment
Why research on compounding weather and climate hazards is important
Can we limit global warming to 1.5°?
How useful are the Australian FLUXNET (Oxflux) data?
Heatwaves in the ocean threaten marine ecosystems across the world
Global crop yields are strongly affected by extreme climate conditions
What is the chance of global warming exceeding 1.5°C in the next 5 years?
The latest global climate models present challenges for generating climate projections
IPCC AR6 Working Group 1 report: conclusions on the evolving risk of drought
Climate change and tipping points
Why are we uncertain about how extremely wet conditions will change in Australia in the future?
The extreme rainfall in northern Queensland during January and February 2019
Research on the Antarctic stratospheric polar vortex is important for Australia’s seasonal forecasts
Does global warming cause droughts, drying or increased aridity?
What is left in the global carbon budget?
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 6th Assessment Report
Could understanding the Indian Ocean improve climate predictions for Australia?
Future weather and climate extreme events
Recent El Niño behaviour is unprecedented in the last 400 years
How sensitive is the Earth’s temperature to the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?
Research on heatwaves and droughts by the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes supports a major international report on Climate Change and Land
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Sixth Assessment Report: What does it mean for Tasmania?