Workshop Scope The Bureau of Meteorology Annual R&D Workshop 2019 will provide a forum for national and international researchers, including researchers from across the Bureau, CSIRO, industry and our university partners, to communicate innovations and advances in sciences related to weather, water, ocean and climate services. Environmental forecast services range from routine daily weather forecasts for the public to seasonal outlooks and climate projections aimed at informing decisions by agriculture and water managers. Emergency managers rely on highly customised services... View Article
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Michelle Ho (CSIRO). Informing water security at national scales. 10am, Wednesday, October 30. Level 9, Seminar Room, 700 Collins St, Melbourne. External attendees without a local host should email email@example.com their details (name and affiliation) at least one day prior to arrange entrance.
DELWP’s Hydrology and Climate Science Team would like to invite you to the: Water and Climate Science Day Research presentations from the Victorian Water and Climate Initiative Tuesday October 29th 10:00am – 4:00pm Melbourne Museum This is a unique opportunity to hear from leading researches on the impact of climate and climate change on Victoria’s water resources. Speakers from CSIRO, BOM and the University of Melbourne will be addressing some of the big questions! What can palaeoclimate reconstructions tell us about... View Article
The seven-year funding for Centres of Excellence ostensibly supports focused research across existing scientific communities but, as the Consortium for Ocean-Sea Ice Modelling in Australia (COSIMA) shows, it can also help create entirely new scientific communities in a specific research area.
Claire Carouge and Aidan Heerdegen attended the Collaborative Conference on Computational and Data Intensive Science 2019 and explored a future where high-performance supercomputers were being replaced with analyses services to the cloud. It's a future that is very close and we can expect these changes to occur during the lifetime of the Centre.
Bernadette Sloyan (CSIRO). Beer Aquatic: The ocean revolution – canvas bucket to the microprocessor
Ying-Ping Wang (CSIRO). Land-Atmosphere meeting – Variation of land carbon uptake: dominant drivers and their time-scale dependenceJune 19, 2019 3:00 pm Leave your thoughts
Ying-Ping Wang (CSIRO). Land-Atmosphere meeting – Variation of land carbon uptake: dominant drivers and their time-scale dependence. 3pm, Wednesday, June 19. Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://unsw.zoom.us/j/670855742 Or iPhone one-tap: 16465588656,670855742# or 16699006833,670855742# Or Telephone: Dial: +1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll) Meeting ID: 670 855 742 International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/aptljBZ8m Or a H.323/SIP room system: SIP:firstname.lastname@example.org or H323: email@example.com (From Cisco) or H323: 22.214.171.124##670855742 (From Huawei, LifeSize, Polycom) or... View Article
A successful workshop on the science of multi-year drought was recently held at Monash University in Melbourne, where 50 experts from Australia, and small number of experts from the UK and the US, met to discuss what we know about the science of these droughts in Australia.
In this webinar, John Clarke will provide a demonstration of how to use the newly released Thresholds Calculator v2.0 to estimate the frequency of future hot, cold, wet and dry extremes under different emissions scenarios.
Q&A style panel discussion on the career journeys of our senior women, then networking lunch.