Since 2016 CMS has helped Centre’s researchers and students publish data using the NCI data services. Here, researchers talk about their own experiences with the publication process of their data and code at NCI and Zenodo.
Tag Archive: Newsletter
Stacey Hitchcock and Yohanna Villalobos describe life on the R V Investigator as part of a scientific voyage taking atmospheric and ocean observations.
Sometimes there is so much to look back on that it can be difficult to know where to begin and that is definitely the case for the past three months of a very active Extreme Rainfall research program.
As Stephen Gray writes his final newsletter column for 2019, he looks back on many of the highlights of the year that is drawing to a close.
CLEX Director Andy Pitman highlights the importance of our research at a challenging time in southern and eastern Australia as a combination of drought, fire and hot weather confront communities, and as air quality in some cities reaches dangerous levels.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes (CLEX) held its annual Winter School for CLEX related students from June 24-28, this year. To cap off the Winter School, a targeted communication half-day session was organised for the Friday afternoon by a collaborative team of communicators and knowledge brokers from CLEX, the Earth Systems and Climate Change Hub (ESCC hub) and the Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub.
The Climate Variability program has seen an extraordinary amount of activity over the past four months with new arrivals, a clutch of thesis submissions, awards, research voyages and a wealth of research.
Stephen Gray congratulates the organisers and admin staff for another excellence winter school; acknowledges the success of the hump day tips; and highlights some new features on our Clever database that include a suggestion box, a mailing list tab and a report to help anyone in the Centre review their previously entered data.
The CMS team reports on a range of updates to ACCESS, NU-WRF (CABLE coupled to WRF), CMIP6 data, ERA5 datasets and more.
New students, an OA for Andy Pitman and some key work on evaporation, the impacts of mesophyll conductance on plant growth, a new algorithm for photosynthesis and future projections of drought made for a strong start to 2019.