Tag Archive: data

Research brief: Pathways and pitfalls in extreme attribution

May 26, 2021 11:57 am Published by Comments Off on Research brief: Pathways and pitfalls in extreme attribution

In a recent CLEX study, published in Climatic Change, researchers discuss the choices taken at each step, which may affect the final outcome and usefulness of extreme event attribution analyses.

Research brief: New roadmap aims to quickly integrate real-world data into ecosystem models

October 20, 2020 1:41 pm Published by Comments Off on Research brief: New roadmap aims to quickly integrate real-world data into ecosystem models

An international group of researchers performed a critical review of the information infrastructure that connects ecosystem modelling and measurement efforts. This group has now proposed a roadmap to community cyber-infrastructure development that can reduce the divisions between empirical research and modelling, accelerating the pace of discovery.

James Goldie – Storytelling tools for visual abstracts, blog posts and press releases

May 6, 2020 1:00 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Getting a paper accepted is a massive relief, but it often comes with its own frantic rush. Organise media! Write a research brief! Update publication databases! Creating visual accompaniments often slides to the bottom of this list, but in an increasingly visual world filled with under-resourced journalists, this bullet point can have a massive impact on your paper’s success. In this talk, I discuss the different ways visuals can be used to promote and explain research findings and review some... View Article

UniMelb01: Australia’s Centennial Drought

May 3, 2019 1:00 am Published by Comments Off on UniMelb01: Australia’s Centennial Drought

This project aims to learn more about the 1888 Centennial Drought using palaeoclimate information, documentary records, station based data and gridded datasets.