In February CLEX took part in the 28th Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society annual conference. Ian Macadam reports on the conference, which was packed full of plenaries, panel discussions and parallel sessions and incorporated around 400 presentations, many presented by CLEX researchers.
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By grouping weather systems by similar patterns rather than averaging conditions over months, seasons or years, CLEX researchers found that between Australia and Antarctica, the ‘doughnut’ structure of SAM is split into multiple ‘flavours’ and is more likely to have ‘bite marks’ out of it than be a perfect ring.
Extending the Palaeohydroclimatology Record of Eastern Australia to Underpin Efficient Water Management by Understanding Long Term Climate VariabilityJuly 5, 2019 11:00 am Leave your thoughts
Danielle Udy (University of Tasmania). PhD Confirmation: Extending the Palaeohydroclimatology Record of Eastern Australia to Underpin Efficient Water Management by Understanding Long Term Climate Variability.