The most intense and destructive tropical cyclones generally go through a period of rapid intensification, where "rapid" means that the near-surface winds increase by more than 15 m/s (54km/hr) in 24 hrs. However, the physical processes by which storms rapidly intensify are not well understood. This study uses very high-resolution simulations with the UK Met Office Unified Model of the 2016 north-Pacific tropical cyclone, Nepartak, to explore the processes responsible for its rapid intensification.
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Malcolm King (Monash University) The atmospheric dynamics of south-east Australian heatwaves ZOOM DETAILS Topic: Land-Atmosphere Meeting 24 July 3pm Time: Jul 24, 2019 03:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney Join Zoom Meeting https://anu.zoom.us/j/220262404 One tap mobile +61280156011,,220262404# Australia +61871501149,,220262404# Australia Dial by your location +61 2 8015 6011 Australia +61 8 7150 1149 Australia Meeting ID: 220 262 404 Find your local number: https://zoom.us/u/aqEZ502nm Join by SIP email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Join by H.323 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 Meeting ID: 220 262 404 Join... View Article
The Australian FLUXNET data provide perhaps the world’s most valuable observations for building and evaluating the land models needed for projecting future droughts and heatwaves.
In this project, you will investigate the atmospheric dynamics associated with the onset of the monsoon, for example, the influence of mid-latitude and tropical disturbances. You will gain useful and transferable skills in data analysis and programming, as well as an opportunity to contribute to an active area of research in Australian weather and climate science.
This is a three-year postdoctoral position focused on high-resolution modelling of extreme rainfall associated with organised convective storms.