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Circulation of the Southern Ocean
Martin Jucker's website provides real time 3D visualisations of weather around the world that can be zoomed and enlarged. In this newsletter he explains the process of developing the visualisation and shows how you can make your own. Read more.

ARC funds new centre.

After an incredible amount of preparation and a nail-biting wait this year, we received the great news from the Australian Research Council  that we have seven years of funding for the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes. The Centre will officially open its doors in mid 2017 creating a year of overlap as the current Centre winds down. 
The new Centre will welcome new national and international partners, include a research brief that will also examine impacts and welcome new chief investigators and associate investigators. It will also bring some interesting challenges for the 12 months that our two centres run in parallel.  

Centre Director Report
We now know we have a new ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes. Andy looks at our research focus, new partners and the preparation for our start date in 2017. Read more.
Centre Manager Report
Stephen Gray talks about the challenges of the new Centre of Excellence and reports on the Coral Triangle Initiative conference where he was an invited speaker. Read more
Graduate Director Report
It may have been a school about tropical climate but this year's winter school, which welcomed five international students, was held over a period that included the coldest June day since 1998. Read more.
Media Manager Report
Our research briefs proved to be a hit on social media. In broader news, changes at the ABC following more cuts to the national broadcaster may open opportunities for us via The Conversation. Read more
Mitch the multi-tasker
Mitchell Black's work on the Weather@Home climate model has resulted in a significant first author paper and a deep insight into climate models. Read more
Some bright SPARCS
Ian Waterson reports on the recent SPARC conference in Finland where he encounters some former ARCCSS colleagues. Read more.
Building a climate science career 
Under our student page you can find this new article explaining the path from high school to climate researcher. Read more.
Shakes in a plane
Chief investigator Todd Lane recently edited a book on air turbulence that suggests those bumps in a flight aren't nightmarish at all. Read more.
8th International Symposium of Stratified Flows
ISSF is a small meeting but, says Prof Andy Hogg, many scientists will tell you they learn more from small meetings than large meetings. Read more.
How to be a leader
Recently hundreds of scientists from Australia and New Zealand gathered to identify what makes a good science leader. Pearse Buchanan reports. Read more.
New Arrivals

Welcome new students and researchers to ARCCSS.

Honours

Laurence Garcia Villardo (UNSW)

Masters
Tan Mai (University of Melbourne)

PhD
Chiara Holgate (UNSW)
Wilma Huneke (University of Tasmania)
Sushma Chen Reddy (University of Melbourne)
Roby Ryan (University of Melbourne)

Research Associate
Martin Jucker (University of Melbourne)

If your name isn't included here, it means you have yet to be added to the Clever database. Call the administration team to find out how.


Awards & Prizes

Chief Investigator Prof Nathan Bindoff was awarded the Distinguished Service medial by the University of Tasmania. 

 

HPSC Fall School 2016

October 10-14.
The Centre for High-Performance Scientific Computing in Terrestrial Systems invites young scientists (Master or PhD students, PostDocs) to participate in the HPSC TerrSys' Fall School 2016.
The objective of this applied course is to provide the theoretical and technical context of terrestrial modeling in high-performance scientific computing (HPSC) environments utilizing stand-alone and coupled hydrologic, land surface and atmospheric models. Utilizing the Terrestrial Systems Modeling Platform (TerrSysMP), the course will take a complete tour of terrestrial modeling and HPSC in connection with real-world observations and data assimilation.
Location: Bonn, Germany.
Click here for further details.

 

 

Climate challenges and solutions under the 2C target

October 19-20.
The 2016 Annual Conference of the Italian Society for Climate Sciences (SISC), entitled “Climate challenges and solutions under the 2°C target”,  it aims to foster the scientific debate among scientists, policy and decision makers (Italians and foreigners), NGOs members and other stakeholders whose activities are focused on climate change, as well as its relationships with the environment and socio-economic systems, opportunities and solutions helping in respecting the recent Paris Agreement.
Location: Cagliari, Italy.
Click here for further details.

 

Bridging the gap between 210Pb and radiocarbon age dating

October 21-23.
The workshop aims to present to the paleocommunity the latest achievements in lake and peat geochronology for the Anthropocene, especially on combining 210Pb dates with traditional and bomb-pulse 14C dates.
Location: Toulouse, France.
Click here for further details.

 

STATMOS Workshop on Climate and Weather Extremes

October 23-25.
This workshop will serve two complementary purposes. The first is to introduce graduate students, as well as others wishing to enter into the area of extreme value analysis, to the techniques and challenges that are unique to studying rare events. The second is to provide a venue for statisticians and atmospheric and climate scientists to share ideas and facilitate collaboration aimed at understanding rare, high-impact climate and weather events.
Location: Philadelphia, US.
Click here for further details.


To add your conference or workshop to this list, please send the details to alvin.stone@unsw.edu.au.
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