As the end of his masters degree approaches, Ewan Short is at a career crossroads. He studied meteorology, and his main choice is whether to pursue a career as an operational forecaster with the Bureau of Meteorology, or do a PhD. An internship with the Bureau of Meteorology was a step on the way to making that decision.
For 67 days from early March to mid May, Taimoor Sohail was aboard the US Antarctic Program icebreaker, the Nathaniel B. Palmer, on a scientific expedition from Hobart to Punta Arenas in Chile. It was relentless but very rewarding work, scientifically and personally.
CLEX Chief Operating Officer Stephen Gray welcomes us all to the first newsletter of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, celebrates the legacy of ARCCSS and touches on where we are going with open access publications.
Convection was explored in a recent 1-day CLEX workshop held on June 21, 2018, at The University of Melbourne.
In late April, Anna Ukkola (ANU/UNSW) and Malcolm King attended the Australian Academy of Science’s 2018 EMCR forum Science Pathways 2018: Diversify your thinking.
Andréa Taschetto & Alejandro di Luca attended EGU – the largest conference in geosciences in Europe. This year the conference received more than 15,000 participants from 106 countries with over 4,000 talks and more than 11,000 posters during the week of April 8-13, 2018, in Vienna, Austria. Find out the tips and tricks of getting the most out of a major conference.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science had its send-off at Old Parliament House last week, with a showcase of seven years of amazing climate research. Our five research programs all had dazzling displays, ranging from 3D-printed cumulonimbus to virtual reality explorations of the Earth. Building the heartbeat I was invited to build some interactive pieces for the extremes research program. The first, built in collaboration with Dr Andrew King, is called The Heartbeat of Australian Extremes. It shows the... View Article
The Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes was officially launched on Tuesday, April 10, at the University of New South Wales (Sydney) by the Minister for Small and Family Business, the Workplace and Deregulation, The Hon. Craig Laundy MP.