ARC CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR CLIMATE SYSTEM SCIENCE - MATCHING CONTRIBUTION
Grant number: CE1101028 | Funding period: 2011 - 2018
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Hydrological models are used for a wide variety of engineering purposes, including streamflow forecasting and flood-risk estimatio..
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Future tropical cyclone activity is a topic of great scientific and societal interest. In the absence of a climate theory of tropi..
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The Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) coupled climate model version 1.3 participated in phase five ..
Quantitative estimates of anthropogenic contributions to extreme national and State monthly, seasonal and annual average temperatures for Australia
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Extreme event attribution studies can provide valuable information for assessing the risks and costs of future climate change. How..