In this project you will investigate the competing effects the Antarctic ozone hole and increasing greenhouse gases have on the Australian summer season rainfall, using the latest climate models. These are now available on the National Computing Infrastructure (NCI) supercomputer and are being used as input into the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sixth Assessment Report.Read More
Category: Monash projects
Using unique observations from recent field campaigns, this project aims to quantify the amount of precipitation associated with different low-level cloud morphologies during cold-air outbreaks over the Southern Ocean.Read More
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