The discovery of changing eddy energy was made by a team of ANU and UNSW researchers from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes. Their work, published today in Nature Climate Change, shows clear changes to the distribution and strength of these eddies, which had not been previously detected.
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CLEX researchers and colleagues have developed a new six-dimensional semantic space to describe sensations and comfort outdoors.
A new paper by Martin Jucker and colleagues reveals the choice of a particular convection-resolving model (CRM) has a much larger impact on the results than increasing resolution. It also suggests the behaviour of CRMs is tied to model internals instead of the phenomena they are trying to reproduce.
Charuni writes about the stress of facing a PhD confirmation during a pandemic and how doing a PhD has changed her attitude to herself. She also suggests some approaches that have made the confirmation process a little easier.
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
Seminar: A ‘pragmatic holism’: the logic of integration in the adaptation of social-ecological systems to a changing climateOctober 14, 2019 2:31 pm Leave your thoughts
SSN Interdisciplinary Seminar with Dr Sophie Adams (UNSW) presenting on interdisciplinarity in discourses of climate change adaptation. About this Event Please join us for the next SSN Interdisciplinary Seminar with Dr Sophie Adams from the UNSW Environmental Humanities group. The seminar presentation will include a short panel discussion with two invited respondents from STEM and HASS who will provide their disciplinary perspectives on the topic. Light refreshments will be provided, please RSVP for catering purposes. A ‘pragmatic holism’: the logic... View Article
The CLEX node at the University of NSW is offering several PhD scholarships on a competitive basis. Details of how to apply can be found on this page along with some example projects offered by our researchers.
Climate recorded in seawater: A workshop on water-mass transformation analysis for ocean and climate studiesAugust 2, 2019 2:30 am Comments Off on Climate recorded in seawater: A workshop on water-mass transformation analysis for ocean and climate studies
In early February 2019 an international cohort of around 40 oceanographers, marine biogeochemists and climate modellers gathered at UNSW to discuss the use of the Water Mass Transformation (WMT) framework for studies of ocean physics, biogeochemistry and climate. The workshop was an initiative of several CLEX early career researchers and gained interest from a diverse international community.
The summer student on this project will make use of recent observations and combine these novel machine learning and image processing techniques to understand the drivers of recent ocean change.
The aim of this student project is to investigate the effect of bias correction and downscaling methods on hydrological projections for Australia.