This week AMOS is back in person for its 2022 Conference.
The Climate Systems Hub got off to a flying start with Sunday workshops on ACCESS modelling convened by Tilo Ziehn and Arnold Sullivan, and Jason Evans’s NESP-sponsored workshop on Regional climate downscaling for Australia within the CORDEX framework.
The hubs science this week will feature among the best in Australia, check out the below sessions for a taste of what the hub has been up to in its first year.
Come and connect with hub folk at the Climate Systems Hub table in the poster hall. For those in Adelaide be sure to check out the following sessions showcasing hub science.
11am Tilo Ziehn, Harun Rashid and Chen Li – 3.2a Modelling, prediction and projections of climate variability and change
11am Helen Phillips-1.2a Recent advances and future challenges in fine-scale ocean dynamics
11am Pandora Hope, Surendra Rauniyar and Gen Tolhurst- 6.2. Disentangling contributing factors to climate trends and extremes
1:30pm Tilo Ziehn and Harun Rashid- 3.2b. Modelling, prediction and projections of climate variability and change
4:30pm Jules Kajtar- 4.3a. Marine heatwaves: impacts, drivers, mechanisms, and predictability
4:30pm Harun Rashid-3.2c. Modelling, prediction and projections of climate variability and change
9am Rowena Bullio – PLENARY – Understanding and connecting parallel climate knowledge through western systems and ancient lore
9:30am Christine Chung- 3.7 General Climate Session
9:30am Jules Kajtar- 4.3b. Marine heatwaves: impacts, drivers, mechanisms, and predictability
11am Peter Love- 5.5 High impact weather
11am Tammas Loughran- Assessment and implications of the 1.5C and 2C Paris agreement targets
11am Vanessa Round and Gen Tolturst- 4.2. Hydro-climatic extremes – past, present, and future
11am Andrea Taschetto and Agus Santoso- 3.4a. Tropical climate variability: dynamics, teleconnections, and impacts
1:30pm Sam Bell- 4.1. Extreme wind gusts and associated risks in present and future climates
1:30pm Shayne McGregor- 3.4b. Tropical climate variability: dynamics, teleconnections, and impacts
2.15pm Acacia Pepler- 2.5. High pressure systems in the Twenty First Century
3:30pm Sarah Boulter- PANEL: Making climate science relevant and applicable for users through co-design
11am Jason Evans- 3.3a Regional climate projections and applications
11am Peter Briggs- 4.6 Australian and global wildfire trends and the signature of climate change
11:45am Andrea Taschetto- Investigating long-term changes in the Brazil-Malvinas confluence region
9am Ghyslaine Boschat- 3.5a. Southern Hemisphere extratropical variability and change: atmosphere, ocean, ice and their interactions
11am Agus Santoso- 3.5b. Southern Hemisphere extratropical variability and change: atmosphere, ocean, ice and their interactions
11am Rachel Law and Hongyan Zhu- 6.5a. Atmospheric modelling in weather and climate science
3:30pm Pep Canadell- PLENARY SESSION – An earth system perspective on reaching global net-zero emissions to stabilize the global climate