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Newsletter December 2018 | CLEX

CLEX Media Communications Report: December 2018

There have been some noticeably positive developments over the past four months. The website has been transferred to a faster server, we have had a very successful combined CoE media workshop, we launched WeatheX and are moving towards starting a new Instagram account.

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Search for the golden coral

PhD student Jess Hargreaves along with chief investigator Nerilie Abram travelled to Christmas Island to retrieve coral cores that contained more than 200-years worth of detail on sea-levels and rainfall.

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Using knowledge exchange and co-production to meet Australia’s climate challenges

The Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub is now reaching middle age (but no midlife crisis in sight). Since its inception in 2015, the Hub has worked to build a collaborative community among its partner organisations; the Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO and Australian universities including the University of NSW, ANU, Monash University, the University of Melbourne and the University of Tasmania (all involved in CLEX).

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CLEX Director’s report: December 2018

This year ends on a high note with the announcement of a remarkable number of individual successes as we enter awards season, an impressive range of fundamental research that sets future directions for the Centre, a new citizen science weather app, and the hiring of a Knowledge Broker. We also hosted our annual workshop in Wollongong, which involved over 150 researchers and students.

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Meet our knowledge broker, Ian Macadam

CLEX now has a Knowledge Brokerage Team headed up by Ian Macadam. Ian has been working hard to reach out to some of the Centre’s key stakeholders in government and business to better understand what they need in the way of information from our scientists.

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