This year the annual radar workshop, hosted by Monash University and sponsored by Leonardo, is being held under the auspices of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) with support from the Bureau of Meteorology. Weather radar is increasingly established as a major component of a heterogeneous network of ground-based and satellite-based instruments supporting a wide range of applications such as hydrology, aviation and emergency services. The workshop will continue to promote the links between research and operations, aimed at... View Article
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The CLEX Knowledge Brokerage Team (KBT) is now well and truly bedded down after coming into existence in October 2018. Team leader Ian Macadam has visited each of the CLEX university nodes and has attempted to answer the question on everyone’s lips “So what is a knowledge broker anyway?”.
Join our expert panel for a discussion on the impacts of marine plastic debris and what can be done to address this major environmental issue. Dr David Griffin – Physical Oceanographer, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, who will discuss ocean circulation and marine debris; Dr Lauren Roman – Researcher, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, who will discuss the impacts of marine debris on sea life; Councillor Bill Harvey – Hobart City Council, who will outline Hobart City Council’s response to the plastic pollution issue. This... View Article
AMOS awards, international visitors, cross program research with the drought team, and multiple papers have made it a busy time for the Heatwaves and Cold Air Outbreaks Research Program.
The Climate Variability and Teleconnections team welcomed new members, celebrated a range of triumphs and explored questions about Antarctic sea ice extent, ocean heat transfer, ENSO and the Tropical Observing System.
A range of international workshops, a new citizen science app and some significant research has made the past four months a busy time for the Extreme Rainfall research program.
It has been raining awards since the new Extreme Rainfall research program began. Most recently, Jason Evans and Julie Arblaster were co-winners of the AMOS Priestley Medal and Christian Jakob was made an AMOS Fellow. Across in Europe, Partner Investigator Sandrine Bony at the Institut Pierre Simon Laplace was awarded the Gérard Mégie Prize by the French Academy of Sciences.