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It's a scorcher: new site tracks heatwaves across Australia

...... Author Disclosure Statement Sarah Perkins is a research fellow at the ARC Centre of excellence for Climate System Science , at the Climate Change Research Centre , UNSW the Conversation is funded by the following universities Aberdeen , Birmingham , Bradford , Bristol , Cardiff , City , Durham , Glasgow Caledonian , Goldsmiths , Lancaster , Leeds , Liverpool , Nottingham , the Open ......

(894 words by theconversation.com)
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Climate change to make 'Super El Nino' events twice as likely – News – ABC Environment (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

...... by sea surface temperature anomalies moving eastward along the equatorial Pacific Ocean , with a current reversal , said Dr Agus Santoso , of the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre , one of the authors of the study Crop losses as a result of the super El Ni o were worth US billion in the USA alone In A collaborative effort , scientists from the national ......

(604 words by abc.net.au)
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Global Warming Means More Super El Ninos

...... These unusual El Nios appeared for the first time in the available record sometime after the mid s , says lead author , Dr Agus Santoso , of the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre Scientists have struggled to explain why they occurred and if the frequency would change in the future the most common theory used to explain these unusual El Nios was that competing air and ......

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ABC NewsRadio - A new book by leading climate scientists paints a bleak environmental future for Australia unless action is taken now 03/12/2013

...... of climate science literature - authors include Ross Garnaut , Kevin Hennessy and Will Steffen Laura Tchilinguirian spoke to Professor Matthed England from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University of NSW about the predictions in the book ......

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Fukushima Radioactive Material Spread By Typhoons - Science News - redOrbit

...... radioactive ocean plume created following the Fukushima disaster was expected to reach North America by However , study author Dr Erik Van Sebille of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales and his colleagues reported that the plume would most likely be harmless by the time it arrived Observers on the west coast of the United States will be able ......

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Historian to honour support crews on Antarctic trek | Illawarra Mercury

...... 'hero explorers to the continent and supporting their expeditions ' the expedition is being mounted by Professor Chris Turney of the University of NSW Climate Change Research Centre It will depart from New Zealand On December and return on January with a set of scientific records to compare with the vast body of research undertaken by Mawson years ago ......

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Australia to Face Extreme El Nino Weather; Ranks Low in Climate Change Performance Index - International Business Times

...... may experience extreme rainfall and intense drought conditions , according to lead author of the study Agus Santoso who is also a senior research associate at the Climate Change Research Centre in the university As global warming continues , the eastern part of the Pacificis is expected to grow warmer than the west Winds often respond to differences in pressure Dr Santoso said there ......

(497 words by ibtimes.com)
(11/19/2013)
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Australia to face stronger El Nino weather patterns from global warming

...... events , taking rainfall with it and exacerbating drought conditions over Australia , said lead author Agus Santoso , a senior research associate at the university Climate Change Research Centre As the world heats up , the eastern Pacific is expected to warm faster than the west Since winds respond to pressure differences - with trade winds blowing east to west - the current flows are ......

(391 words by canberratimes.com.au)
(11/19/2013)

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Australia to face stronger El Nino weather patterns from global warming

...... events , taking rainfall with it and exacerbating drought conditions over Australia , said lead author Agus Santoso , a senior research associate at the university Climate Change Research Centre As the world heats up , the eastern Pacific is expected to warm faster than the west Since winds respond to pressure differences - with trade winds blowing east to west - the current flows are ......

(352 words by smh.com.au)
(11/18/2013)

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Extreme El Nio cause found (ScienceAlert)

...... These unusual El Nios appeared for the first time in the available record sometime after the mid s , says lead author , Dr Agus Santoso , of the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre Scientists have struggled to explain why they occurred and if the frequency would change in the future the most common theory used to explain these unusual El Nios was that competing air and ......

(494 words by sciencealert.com.au)
(11/18/2013)

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Fiercer El Nino weather ahead

...... during such events , taking rainfall with it and exacerbating drought conditions over Australia , said lead author Agus Santoso , a senior research associate at UNSW Climate Change Research Centre x C the most common theory used to explain these unusual El Ninos was that competing air and ocean feedbacks drove the direction of the warming , x D said Dr Santoso x ......

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Ozone pact helped cool the planet - Environment | The Star Online

...... but in a far smaller way , to changes in rice farming in Asia , a generator of the potent greenhouse gas methane In A comment on the study , Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , said the cooling benefits from the Montreal Protocol are going to be short-lived In the end , the continuing rise in other greenhouse gases ......

(538 words by thestar.com.my)
(11/17/2013)
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Here's Why There's Been a Pause in Global Warming, and It's About to End | Care2 Causes

...... one other big takeaway from this study , and it a little hard to swallow global temperatures will start to rise again , and probably soon Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , writes in a commentary on the study that the Montreal Protocol positive impact on global warming is , unfortunately , not going to last In ......

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Scientists claim the UNs Montreal Protocol helped cause slowdown in global warming | The Raw Story

...... but in a far smaller way , to changes in rice farming in Asia , a generator of the potent greenhouse gas methane In A comment on the study , Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , said the cooling benefits from the Montreal Protocol are going to be short-lived In the end , the continuing rise in other greenhouse gases ......

(552 words by rawstory.com)
(11/11/2013)

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Ozone pact helped cool the planet | Authint Mail

...... but in a far smaller way , to changes in rice farming in Asia , a generator of the potent greenhouse gas methane In A comment on the study , Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , said the cooling benefits from the Montreal Protocol are going to be short-lived In the end , the continuing rise in other greenhouse gases ......

(896 words by authintmail.com)
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Ozone pact helped cool the planet - The West Australian

...... but in a far smaller way , to changes in rice farming in Asia , a generator of the potent greenhouse gas methane In A comment on the study , Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , said the cooling benefits from the Montreal Protocol are going to be short-lived In the end , the continuing rise in other greenhouse gases ......

(532 words by yahoo.com)
(11/10/2013)

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Ozone pact helped cool the planet: study

...... but in a far smaller way , to changes in rice farming in Asia , a generator of the potent greenhouse gas methane In A comment on the study , Alex Sen Gupta , of the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales in Australia , said the cooling benefits from the Montreal Protocol are going to be short-lived In the end , the continuing rise in other greenhouse gases ......

(723 words by spacedaily.com)
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The Conversation

...... Dr Donna Green was recruited from CSIRO to be a founding member of the University Of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre , where she works on energy policy and climate change impacts She co-authored Screw Light Bulbs - smarter ways to save Australians time and money , a popular science book on energy and climate policy in She was a contributing author to the fourth and ......

(91 words by theconversation.com)
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Global warming likely to 'energise' El Nino effect, research shows

...... we don't want El Nino to become more variable , said Matthew England , a co-author of the report published in the Climate Of The Past journal , and also from the Climate Change Research Centre We're possibly having slightly more events , and they're becoming more intense when they do occur Professor England said the research Inferred changes in El Nino-South Oscillation variance ......

(511 words by smh.com.au)
(10/31/2013)

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El Nio is becoming more active

...... Timmermann , International Pacific Research Center , University Of Hawaii At Manoa , Honolulu , Hawaii telephone - email M H England , Climate Change Research Centre , University Of New South Wales , Sydney , Australia within Australia - , from overseas - - - email International Pacific Research Center ......

(738 words by eurekalert.org)
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Longer fire seasons to be expected

...... bushfire risk had increased in Australia since the s and that the fire season could potentially be getting longer in the south-east Researchers from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University of NSW used an index based on the temperature , wind speed , relative humidity and fuel availability to find that fire risk had increased at out of locations in Australia ......

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Scientists warn bushfire season getting longer

...... risk had increased in Australia since the s and that the fire season could potentially be getting longer in Australia south-east Researchers from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University of NSW used an index based on the temperature , wind speed , relative humidity and fuel availability to find that fire risk had increased at out of locations in Australia ......

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Warming could make El Nino more intense › News in Science (ABC Science)

...... like Australia , says Power the hypothesis would be that El Ni o impact would be intensified but we really need to test that Dr Alex Sen Gupta from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales , welcomes the new research This is a very interesting study , he says Sen Gupta says predicting ENSO is a scientific holy grail and has been hampered ......

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Central Coast officials dispel safety concerns following a study on radioactive materials from Fukushima | News | Santa Maria Sun, CA

...... to leak into the sea In August , the results of a joint study by the Institute For Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems IFISC in Spain and the Climate Change Research Centre and the Centre Of Excellence for Climate System Science in Australia made international headlines , reporting that a plume of Cesium- -contaminated seawater will reach , via natural currents , ......

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World tracking for dangerous climate change: IPCC | Asia Pacific | ABC Radio Australia

...... Speakers Dr Pep Canadell , Executive director Of The Global Carbon Project , senior scientist at the CSIRO Professor Steve Sherwood , director Of The Climate Change Research Centre UNSW Dr John Church , Leader , CSIRO Coasts and Sea-level Team Got something to say about what you're hearing on the radio right now Text SMS Send your texts to Tweets ......

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Australia being left behind on clean energy | Gatton Star

...... showed the policy was unlikely to meet the emissions reduction target by without billion to billion of extra investment director Of The Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales , Professor Steven Sherwood , said even China was doing more than Australia to address climate change He said the key issue to deal with was emissions from ......

(405 words by gattonstar.com.au)
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PM - The planet is warming and we're mostly to blame: IPCC report 19/09/2013

...... close to the worst case scenarios that have been looked at by scientists since we started looking at this problem JAKE STURMER That Steve Sherwood from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales He won't comment about the specifics of the report He says the more immediate impacts are well known STEVE SHERWOOD Eventually we can expect to see more ......

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Something radioactive this way comes: Central Coast officials dispel safety concerns following a Fukushima study | News | New Times San Luis Obispo, CA

...... to leak into the sea In August , the results of a joint study by the Institute For Cross-Disciplinary Physics and Complex Systems IFISC in Spain and the Climate Change Research Centre and the Centre Of Excellence for Climate System Science in Australia made international headlines , reporting that a plume of Cesium- contaminated seawater will reach , via natural currents , ......

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Julia Gillards carbon tax regrets debatable - Fact Check - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

...... economist at the Australian National University , a fixed emissions price is effectively a tax when the government sells permits to firms Dr Ben McNeil from the Climate Change Research Centre at the University Of New South Wales agrees the fixed price stage of the ETS is effectively a tax But he argues it not like a tax when it moves to a floating price - determined by the market , ......

(580 words by abc.net.au)
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Southern Ocean sampling reveals travels of marine microbes

...... Researchers need to take this into account when they are studying these important micro-organisms the results were tested by Dr Erik Van Sebille , of the UNSW Climate Change Research Centre , who used a computer model of the Southern Ocean to carry out a -year long simulation of how particles would move as a result of ocean circulation Dr David Wilkins , who carried out the ......

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