Marine heatwaves that impact southeast Australia could be forecast years in advance, with important implications for fisheries and the environment in this region
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Gabriela Pilo and colleagues find that the Tasman Front is not so much a constant current, as is widely accepted, but switches between being an extension of the East Australian Current and an eddy field.
Marine heatwaves are becoming longer and more frequent. A global assessment of marine heatwaves has concluded that they have “the capacity to restructure entire ecosystems and disrupt the provision of ecological goods and services in the coming decades".
Two papers by Centre of Excellence researchers are the first to systematically investigate and document hybrid cyclones in the Australian region.