Tag Archive: Malcolm King

Director’s Report – August 2020

August 14, 2020 12:54 pm Published by Comments Off on Director’s Report – August 2020

This is a tough and unique time for everyone in CLEX. I had anticipated the pandemic being over by now (note the predictive skill of a modeller) and it is confronting to be writing this while Victoria is in lockdown and world leaders are worried about shower pressure.

Research brief: Large scale monsoon circulation impacts Indian Ocean convection

November 25, 2019 12:15 pm Published by Comments Off on Research brief: Large scale monsoon circulation impacts Indian Ocean convection

This paper investigates the annual cycle in cloud and rainfall measurements over the western equatorial Indian Ocean. While there is a single period of strong rainfall over the region during December-January each year, there are two periods of increased high-top clouds associated with convection.

MON5: Structure and development of Australian cold air outbreaks

August 14, 2018 3:52 pm Published by Comments Off on MON5: Structure and development of Australian cold air outbreaks

This project will see the student utilising methods previously applied to the investigation of heatwaves to improve our understanding of cold-air outbreaks over Australia, attempting to answer questions on the structure, development and termination of these events.

Science Pathways 2018 – Diversify your thinking

August 3, 2018 3:21 am Published by Comments Off on Science Pathways 2018 – Diversify your thinking

In late April, Anna Ukkola (ANU/UNSW) and Malcolm King attended the Australian Academy of Science’s 2018 EMCR forum Science Pathways 2018: Diversify your thinking.