The world must pull together to create a future in which extreme events, and the damage they cause, remain relatively rare
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes is working to understand marine heatwave predictability.
Cold spells can harm ecosystems, but they can also provide critical respite Re-post from AGU. Original media release available here. AGU press contact:Rebecca Dzombak, firstname.lastname@example.org, +1 (202) 777-7492 (UTC-5 hours) Contact for the researchers:Yuxin Wang, University of Tasmania, email@example.com (UTC+11 hours) WASHINGTON—Marine cold spells are cold versions of heat waves: periods of exceptionally cold water, able to hurt […]
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Climate Extremes is leading research that will ultimately help businesses and governments better assess the risks posed by compound events.
The research vital to understanding what’s to come Photo: Andy Pitman (File photo) The ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes has released a retrospective of Australian weather and climate extremes of 2021, written by an outstanding group of emerging Australian climate experts. The state of weather and climate extremes 2021 is available for download […]
The year 2021 saw a wide range of extreme weather and climate events impacting Australia.
At any one time, Earth’s atmosphere holds only about a week’s worth of rain. But rainfall and floods have devastated Australia’s eastern regions for weeks and more heavy rain is forecast. So where’s all this water coming from?