Despite what has been a very challenging year, the Extreme Rainfall research program continues to produce high-quality research, develop deep and wide datasets, extend the reach of our citizen science, and has seen our researchers continue to achieve at a national and international level.
Tag Archive: tropical cyclones
While the Extremes Rainfall RP has found itself in challenging times as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have still found moments to celebrate and have been delighted by the enormous range of extraordinary research.
New detection scheme identifies the potential limiting factors for tropical storm formation across different ocean basins.
New research finds Okubo-Weiss-Zeta parameter scheme has superior performance detecting tropical cyclone frequency characteristics compared to the CSIRO tracking scheme.
The Philippines is one of the most exposed countries in the world to tropical cyclones. In order to provide information to help the country build resilience and plan for a future under a warmer climate, researchers built on previous research to investigate implications of future climate change on tropical cyclone activity in the Philippines.
Mike Fiorino (University of Colorado). Trends and Challenges in TC NWP for the 2020s an update on the 2009 ECMWF Newsletter article “Record-setting performance of the ECMWF IFS in medium-range tropical cyclone track prediction”. External attendees without a local host should email firstname.lastname@example.org their details (name and affiliation) at least one day prior to arrange entrance.
Pavan Harika Raavi attended the AGU 2018 Fall Meeting. Here she recounts the experience and describes why it was so useful from a career and research perspective.
It has been a very active time for the Climate Variability and Teleconnections Research Program in terms of research and engagement activities right across the team, including two expeditions - one drilling coral cores in the tropics and another going south to the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.