This study presents a method for combining multiple observational datasets of the energy and water budgets at the land surface from different sources into a single hybrid dataset that conserves energy and mass.
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Research over the past few months has given the RP2 team significant insights into sudden stratospheric warming events, modelling of marine heatwaves, the impacts of transient warming, how drying tends influence heatwaves, and future energy use in cities as the globe warms.
Land-Atmosphere meeting : Carbon, water and energy fluxes in agricultural systems of Australia and New ZealandFebruary 24, 2020 11:25 am Leave your thoughts
James Cleverley (UTS). Topic: Land-Atmosphere Meeting Feb 26th Time: Feb 26, 2020 03:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, SydneyJoin from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://unsw.zoom.us/j/491126485 Or iPhone one-tap: 16699006833,491126485# or 16465588656,491126485# Or a H.323/SIP room system: SIP:firstname.lastname@example.org or H323:email@example.com (From Cisco) or H323:18.104.22.168##491126485 (From Huawei, LifeSize, Polycom) or 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199 (U.S.) Meeting ID: 491126485 Talk Abstract: Cleverly J, Vote C, Isaac P, Ewenz C, Harahap M, Beringer J, Campbell DI, Daly E, Eamus D, He L, Hunt J, Grace P, Hutley LB,... View Article
This work describes a new cross-scale modelling framework for urban environments and applies it to calculate how electricity and gas demand will change under future climate change and air conditioner (AC) ownership scenarios.
UNSW KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE INVITE YOU TO OUR RESEARCH SHOWCASE Our panel of experts, all thought leaders in their respective areas, will explore some of the major changes needed to support a clean energy future. A selection of UNSW’s finest academics will showcase their extensive range of expertise and capability providing insight into future thinking and practice in an increasingly challenging area where swift action is required. Why attend? Connect with our experts, and discuss research capability, professional education and... View Article
New research by The University of Melbourne – Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute and SGS Economics and Planning shows that transitioning to a clean economy is sound economic development. Even when the benefits of reduced emissions are ignored, the economic benefits of transitioning to a low-carbon economy easily outweigh the costs. So what’s next? How and why should we go low carbon? Join us on Thursday 1 August for a presentation and panel discussion to discuss the findings from the recently... View Article
Japan has arguably the world’s most ambitious and comprehensive national vision of achieving a hydrogen society—where hydrogen is used in diverse societal applications ranging from mobility and electricity/heat generation to energy storage.
Urban Climate and Energy Model (UCLEM) is a new climate model focused on Australian conditions that integrates energy use and human behaviour to generate accurate representations of urban climates.
With major developments in climate modelling we are significantly closing the gap that used to exist between what business needs to know and what climate science/engineering can provide. This project will merge climate science and engineering to address the key question industry asks – what is the future economic viability of renewable projects?
In this symposium, we present early results from research under the international Coal Transitions project and research getting underway as part of the Energy Transition Research Hub.