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.
PLEASE NOTE: These are largely technical webinars that assume some understanding of climate science.
Webinars will generally be held on the third Tuesday of the month from 2.30–3.30 pm (AEDT Oct–Mar; AEST Apr–Sep). The webinar will run for an hour, with time allocated for questions.
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.
Upcoming science webinars
- To be advised
Past science webinars
- Dec 2018 | The IPCC process and our changing oceans, ecosystems and human communities – Prof. Nathan Bindoff, University of Tasmania (11 Dec)
- Oct 2018 | The impact of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) on rainfall in a warming world – Dr Scott Power, Bureau of Meteorology (24 Oct)
- Sep 2018 | Australia’s national climate model (ACCESS): Development and applications – Dr Harun Rashid, CSIRO (18 Sep)
- Aug 2018 | Water futures under climate change: science applications and challenges – Dr Francis Chiew, CSIRO (21 Aug)
- Jul 2018 | The why, how and when of producing climate projections in Australia – Dr Michael Grose, CSIRO (17 Jul)
- Jun 2018 | Nature-based opportunities for climate adaptation in the coastal zone – Prof. Stephen Swearer, University of Melbourne (19 Jun)
- May 2018 | How will rainfall change in Northern Australia over the coming century? – Dr Josephine Brown, Bureau of Meteorology (15 May)
- Apr 2018 | Climate analogues: a way to experience the future (climate) – John Clark, CSIRO (17 Apr)
- Mar 2018 | Towards predicting ocean temperature extremes – Dr Eva Cougnon, University of Tasmania (20 Mar)
- Feb 2018 | Ocean heat uptake in a changing climate – Saurabh Rathore, University of Tasmania (20 Feb)
- Jan 2018 | Atmosphere, aerosols and ACCESS – Dr Matthew Woodhouse, CSIRO (16 Jan)
- Nov 2017 | The Global Carbon Budget 2017 and COP23 – Dr Pep Canadell, CSIRO (21 Nov)