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.
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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.
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
Paola Petrelli (CLEX CMS) covers different licenses for making your data and software available.
This project aims to learn more about the 1888 Centennial Drought using palaeoclimate information, documentary records, station based data and gridded datasets.
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.