The ESCC Hub science webinar series is an opportunity to hear about the science being undertaken in the Hub, directly from the researchers. The webinars are open to the research community and anyone interested in finding out more about the Hub’s research (noting that some understanding of climate science will be assumed).
Webinars will be held on the third Tuesday of the month from 2.30–3.30 pm (AEDT Oct–Mar; AEST Apr–Sep). Presentations will generally run for 30–40 mins.
The webinars are free to attend, but registration is required. You’ll be sent a link and information on how to attend in your registration confirmation email.
Please note: The webinar schedule is subject to change. There will be no webinar in December.
- 16 Jan | Composition-climate modelling activities – Dr Matthew Woodhouse, CSIRO (Project 2.1/Project 2.5)
- 20 Feb | Oceans in a changing climate – Saurabh Rathore, University of Tasmania (Project 2.4)
- 20 Mar | Ocean temperature extremes – Dr Eva Cougnon, University of Tasmania (Project 2.3)
- 17 Apr | An update on the IPCC Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate – Prof. Nathan Bindoff, University of Tasmania (Project 2.4)
- 15 May | How will rainfall change in northern Australia over the coming century? – Dr Josephine Brown, Bureau of Meteorology (Project 2.6)
- 19 Jun | Nature-based opportunities for climate mitigation and adaptation in the coastal zone – Prof. Stephen Swearer, University of Melbourne (Project 2.11)
- 17 Jul | Regional climate change projections science, information and services – TBC (Project 2.6)
- 21 Aug | Australia’s water futures – TBC (Project 2.7)
- 19 Sep | Improving Australia’s climate model (ACCESS) – TBC (Project 2.5)
- 16 Oct | Enhancing Australia’s capacity to manage climate variability and climate extremes in a changing climate – TBC (Project 2.2)
- The Global Carbon Budget 2017 and COP23 – Dr Pep Canadell, CSIRO (21 November 2017)