Publications

CAWCR Publications List: 2016


 

 

 

CAWCR Publications List: 2015


Journal Articles

      1. Bates B, Chandler R, Dowdy A. Estimating Trends and Seasonality in Australian Monthly Lightning Flash Counts. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 2015;120:3973–3983 | Abstract
      2. Dowdy A, Grose M, Timbal B, Moise A, Ekstrom M, Bhend J.  Rainfall in Australia’s eastern seaboard: a review of confidence in projections based on observations and physical processes. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:107-126.
      3. Eveson P, Hobday A, Spillman C, Rough K, Hartog J. Seasonal Forecasting of Tuna Habitat in the Great Australian Bight. Fisheries Research. 2015;170:11 | Abstract
      4. Feng M, Hendon H, Xie S-P, Marshall A, Schiller A, Kosaka Y, et al. Decadal Increase in Ningaloo Niño since the Late 1990s. Geophysical Research Letters. 2015;42:104-112.
      5. Grose M, Moise A, Timbal B, Katzfey J, Ekstrom M, Whetton P. Climate Projections for Southern Australian Cool-Season Rainfall: Insights from a Downscaling Comparison. Climate Research. 2015;62:15. | Abstract
      6. Grose M, Bhend J, Argueso D, Ekstrom M, Dowdy A, Hoffmann P, et al.  Comparison of various climate change projections of eastern Australian rainfall. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:72-89. | Abstract
      7. Grose M, Timbal B, Wilson L, Bathols J, Kent D. The subtropical ridge in CMIP5 models, and implications for projections of rainfall in southeast Australia. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:90-106. | Abstract
      8. Hobday A, Chambers L, Arnould J. Prioritizing Climate Change Adaptation Options for Iconic Marine Species. Biodiversity and Conservation. 2015; online:1-12. | Abstract
      9. Hope P, Grose M, Timbal, B; Dowdy A; Bhend J; Katzfey J; Bedin T. Seasonal and regional signature of the projected southern Australian rainfall reduction. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:54-71.
      10. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri, M. Theoretical comparison of subgrid turbulence in the atmosphere and ocean. Nonlinear processes in geophysics. 2015;2:1675-1704. | Abstract
      11. Klekociuk A, Krummel P, Tully M, Gies H, Alexander S,  Fraser P. The Antarctic Ozone Hole during 2013.  Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:247-266. | Abstract
      12. McIntosh P, Church J, Miles E, Ridgway K, Spillman C. Seasonal Coastal Sea-Level Prediction Using a Dynamical Model. Geophysical Research Letters. 2015; 42:7. | Abstract
      13. Mason S, Fletcher J, Haynes JM, Franklin C, Protat A, Jakob C. A Hybrid Cloud Regime Methodology Used to Evaluate Southern Ocean Cloud and Shortwave Radiation Errors in Access. Journal of Climate. 2015;28:6001-6018.
      14. Ma Y, Zhou X, Bi D, Sun Z, Hirst T. Improved Air-Sea Flux Algorithms in an Ocean-Atmosphere Coupled Model for Simulation of Global Ocean Sst and Its Tropical Pacific Variability. Climate Dynamics. 2015;44:1473-1485. | Abstract
      15. Miles E, Spillman C, Church J, McIntosh P. Seasonal Prediction of Global Sea Level Anomalies Using an Ocean-Atmosphere Dynamical Model. Climate Dynamics. 2015;43:2131-2145 | Abstract
      16. Moise A, Wilson L, Grose M, Whetton P, Watterson I, Bhend J. Evaluation of CMIP3 and CMIP5 Models over the Australian Region to Inform Confidence in Projections. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2015;65:19-53.
      17. Oke P, Larnicol G, Jones E, Kourafalou V, Sperrevik K, Carse F, et al. Assessing the Impact of Observations on Ocean Forecasts and Reanalyses: Part 2, Regional Applications. Journal of Operational Oceanography. 2015;8:s63-s79. | Abstract
      18. Peter J, Manton M, Potts R, May P, Collis S, Wilson L. Radar-Derived Statistics of Convective Storms in Southeast Queensland. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 2015;online:62.
      19. Rotstayn L, Collier M, Luo J-J. Effects of Declining Aerosols on Projections of Zonally Averaged Tropical Precipitation. Environmental Research Letters. 2015;10:Article 044018. | Abstract
      20. Shadwick E, Trull T, Tilbrook B, Sutton A, Schulz E, Sabine C. Seasonality of Biological and Physical Controls on Surface Ocean Co2 from Hourly Observations at the Southern Ocean Time Series Site South of Australia. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 2015;29:223-238. | Abstract
      21. Spillman C, Hartog J, Hobday A, Hudson D. Predicting Environmental Drivers for Prawn Aquaculture Production to Aid Improved Farm Management. Aquaculture. 2015;447:56-65. | Abstract
      22. Zhou X, Marsland S, Fiedler R, Bi D, Hirst T, Alves O. Impact of Different Solar Penetration Depths on Climate Simulations. Tellus A. 2015;67:18 pp. | Abstract

Conference Papers

      1. Clarke J, Erwin T, Heady C, Beckett D, Bedin T, Webb L. The Climate Change in Australia website: meeting the needs of users. CSIRO; 2015.
      2. Colman R, Brown J, Franklin C, Hanson L, Ye, H. Cloud feedback in ACCESS and CMIP5 models. ACCSP; 2015.p. 1. | Abstract
      3. Desservettaz M, Paton-Walsh C, Griffith D, Wilson S, Kettlewell G; Keywood M. Fourier transform spectrometer results from the Gunn Point campaign, June 2014, including emission factors of greenhouse gases from savanna fires. Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship: 2015. p.1. | Abstract
      4. Franklin C, Protat A. Comparing the UM with the Darwin Radar and Aircraft Observations. UK Met Office; 2015. p. 1.
      5. Franklin C, Protat A. Reducing the biases in convection permitting UM simulations of tropical convection. ARCCSS; 2015. p. 1.
      6. Franklin C, Protat A. Controls on phase composition and ice water content in a convection permitting operational model. High Ice Water Content; 2015. p. 1.
      7. Lavender S, Tory K, Ye H, Rafter T. Refining Australian Region Tropical Cyclone Projections. Greenhouse; 2015. p. 1. | Abstract
      8. O’Farrell S, Reid P, Massom R. Antarctic Sea Ice Response in Cmip5 Pre-Industrial, Historical and Ozone Perturbation Simulations. Prague Czech Repuplic: IUGG; 2015. p. JC01 IUGG-1614. | Abstract
      9. Watterson I, Chua Z-W, Hope P. Extreme Monthly Rainfall in a Changing Climate. Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Society; 2015. p. 35. | Abstract
      10. Wilson L, Rafter T, Clarke J, Moise A. Projections of Australian Temperature and Rainfall Extreme Events: Computation and Communication.: Greenhouse; 2015. p. 17.
      11. Ziehn T, Law R, Rayner P, Roff G. Designing optimal greenhouse gas observing networks for Australia. Abstract book; 2015. p. 1. | Abstract

Book Sections

      1. Ekstrom M, Whetton P, Gerbing C, Grose M, Bhend J, Webb L, et al. Projections: Atmosphere and the Land. In: Whetton P, Ekstrom M, Gerbing C, Grose M, Bhend J, Webb L, et al., editors.: CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology; 2015. p. 52.
      2. Moise A, Bhend J, Watterson I, Wilson L. Evaluation of Climate Models. In: Whetton P, Ekstrom M, Gerbing C, Grose M, Bhend J, Webb L, et al., editors.: CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology; 2015. p. 25.

Reports

      1. Dharssi I, Bi D, Brassington, G, Hudson D, Lorenz, R; Wang, Y. Coupled Modelling and Prediction: from weather to climate – abstracts of the ninth CAWCR Workshop. 2015. p. 170.
      2. Gerbing C, Webb L, Dowdy A. East Coast Cluster Brochure. Melbourne: CSIRO 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      3. Gerbing C, Webb L, Hope P. Southern and Southwest Flatlands Cluster Brochure. Melbourne: CSIRO 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      4. Gerbing C, Webb L, Moise A. Monsoonal North Cluster Brochure. Melbourne: CSIRO 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      5. Gerbing C, Webb L, Timbal B. Murray Basin Cluster Brochure. Melbourne: CSIRO 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      6. Hopkins M, Arblaster J. Weather Extremes and Climate Change. ACCSP website: 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      7. Whetton P, Holper P, Clarke J, Webb L, Hennessy K, Colman R, et al. Technical Report, Climate Change in Australia, Projections for Australia’s Natural Resource Management Regions. Melbourne: CSIRO 2015 Client: Department of the Environment.
      8. Zhou X, Alves O, Hirst T, Marsland S, Bi D. The Role of Karimata Strait Throughflow and Makassarstrait Throughflow on the Indo-Pacific Climate. Melbourne, Australia: Bureau Research Report, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia2015. (Bureau Research Report No. 002).

Other

      1. Puri K, Moise A, Colman R, Hirst T. Explainer: the models that help us predict climate change. The Conversation. 2015;Online:1 p.

CAWCR Publications List: 2014


Journal Articles

      1. Chambers L, Patterson T, Hobday A, Arnould J, Tuck G, Wilcox C, et al. Determining Trends and Environmental Drivers from Long-Term Marine Mammal and Seabird Data: Examples from Southern Australia. Regional Environmental Change. 2014;Online in press:15 p. | Abstract
      2. Chung C, Power S, Arblaster J, Rashid H, Roff G. Nonlinear Precipitation Response to El Nino and Global Warming in the Indo-Pacific. Climate Dynamics. 2014;42:1837-1856. | Abstract
      3. Fraser P, Dunse B, Manning A, Wang H, Krummel P, Steele P, et al. Australian Carbon Tetrachloride Emissions in a Global Context. Environmental Chemistry. 2014;11:77-88. | Abstract
      4. Fuentes M, Chambers L, Chin A, Dann P, Dobbs K, Marsh H, et al. Adaptive Management of Marine Mega-Fauna in a Changing Climate. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 2014;Online in press:20 p. | Abstract
      5. Ganachaud A, Cravatte S, Melet A, Cai W, Schiller A, Holbrook N, et al. The Southwest Pacific Ocean Circulation and Climate experiment (Spice). Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 2014;119:7660–7686. | Abstract
      6. Grose M, Bhend J, Narsey S, Sen Gupta A, Brown J. Can We Constrain Cmip5 Rainfall Projections in the Tropical Pacific Based on Their Sea Surface Warming Patterns? Journal of Climate. 2014;27:9123-9138. | Abstract
      7. Grose M, Brown J, Narsey S, Brown J, Murphy B, Langlais C, et al. Assessment of the Cmip5 Global Climate Model Simulations of the Western Tropical Pacific Climate System and Comparison to Cmip3. International Journal of Climatology. 2014;34:3382-3399. | Abstract
      8. Grose M, Fox-Hughes P, Harris R, Bindoff N. Changes to the Drivers of Fire Weather with a Warming Climate – a Case Study of Southeast Tasmania. Climatic Change. 2014;124:255-269. | Abstract
      9. Harris R, Grose M, Lee G, Bindoff N, Porfirio L, Fox-Hughes P. Climate Projections for Ecologists. WIREs Climate Change. 2014;5:621-637. | Abstract
      10. Klekociuk A, Tully M, Krummel P, Gies HP, Alexander S, Fraser P, et al. The Antarctic Ozone Hole During 2012. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2014;64:313-330. | Abstract
      11. Klekociuk A, Tully M, Krummel P, Gies HP, Petelina SV, Alexander S, et al. The Antarctic Ozone Hole During 2011. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2014;64:293-311. | Abstract
      12. Protat A, Young S, McFarlane S, L’Ecuyer T, Mace G, Comstock J, et al. Reconciling Ground-Based and Space-Based Estimates of the Frequency of Occurrence and Radiative Effect of Clouds around Darwin, Australia. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 2014;53:456–478. | Abstract
      13. Protat A, Young S, Rikus L, Whimpey M. Evaluation of Clouds and Convection in a Limited-Area Numerical Weather Prediction System Using near Real-Time Cloudsat-Calipso Observations. QJRMS. 2014;140:2430-2443. | Abstract
      14. Reid P, Tully M, Klekociuk A, Krummel P, Rhodes S. Seasonal Climate Summary Southern Hemisphere (Spring 2012): Warmer and Drier across Much of Australia, Along with a New Southern Hemisphere Sea Ice Extent Record. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2014;63:427-442. | Abstract
      15. Rotstayn L, Plymin E, Collier M, Boucher O, Dufresne J-L, Luo J-J, et al. Declining Aerosols in Cmip5 Projections: Effects on Atmospheric Temperature Structure and Mid Latitude Jets. Journal of Climate. 2014;27:6960-6977. | Abstract
      16. Sandery P, O’Kane T. Coupled Initialization in an Ocean-Atmosphere Tropical Cyclone Prediction System. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 2014;140:82-95. | Abstract
      17. Schiller A, Herzfeld M, Brinkman R, Stuart G. Monitoring, Predicting and Managing One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 2014;95:23-30.
      18. Spillman C, Hobday A. Dynamical Seasonal Ocean Forecasts to Aid Salmon Farm Management in a Climate Hotspot. Climate Risk Management. 2014;1:25-38. | Abstract
      19. van Dijk A, Mount R, Gibbons P, Vardon M, Canadell P. Environmental Reporting and Accounting in Australia: Progress, Prospects and Research Priorities. Science of the Total Environment. 2014;473–474:338-349. | Abstract
      20. Woehler E, Patterson T, Bravington M, Hobday A, Chambers L. Climate and Competition in Abundance Trends in Native and Invasive Tasmanian Gulls. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 2014;511:249-263. | Abstract
      21. Ziehn T, Nickless A, Rayner P, Law R, Roff G, Fraser P. Greenhouse Gas Network Design Using Backward Lagrangian Particle Dispersion Modelling – Part I: Methodology and Australian Test Case. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2014;14: 9363-9378. | Abstract

Conference Papers

      1. Clarke J, Erwin T, Bedin T, Heady C, Vincent N, Gerbing C, et al. Web Tools to Support Adaptation: Www.Climatechangeinaustralia.Gov.Au. NCCARF; 2014. p. n/a. | Abstract
      2. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M, Sillero J, Soria J. Self-Energy Stochastic Subgrid Modelling in Simulations of Quasi-Geostrophic and Boundary Layer Flows. The University of Melbourne; 2014. p. 60p. | Abstract
      3. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M, Sillero J, Soria J. Self-Energy Stochastic Subgrid Modelling in Simulations of Quasi-Geostrophic and Boundary Layer Flows. Bureau of Meteorology; 2014. p. 48p. | Abstract
      4. Krummel P, van der Schoot M, Steele P, Loh Z, Spencer D, Fraser P, et al. Comparisons of in Situ Carbon Dioxide and Methane Measurements at Capegrim – an Update; and an Overview of Gcwerks Software for in Situ Dataprocessing. In: Derek N, editor: Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship; 2014. p. 1p. | Abstract
      5. Nguyen H, Franklin C, Protat A. Evaluation of Cloud Properties over the Maritime Continent in Access Using Cloudsat and Calipso Simulators. American Meteorological Society; 2014. p. 1 p. | Abstract
      6. Nguyen H, Franklin C, Protat A. Evaluation of Cloud Properties over the Maritime Continent in Access Using Cloudsat and Calipso Simulators. ARCCSS; 2014. p. 1. | Abstract
      7. Nguyen H, Franklin C, Protat A. Evaluation of Cloud Properties over the Maritime Continent in Access Using Cloudsat and Calipso Simulators. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS); 2014. p. 1 p. | Abstract
      8. O’Farrell S, Reid P, Massom R. Antarctic Sea Ice Response in Ensemble Cmip5 Historical and Ozone Perturbation Simulations. In: Heil P, editor.: International Glaciological Society; 2014. p. 69A723. | Abstract
      9. O’Farrell S, Reid P, Massom R. Antarctic Sea Ice Response in Ensemble Cmip5 Historical and Ozone Perturbation Simulations. In: SCAR, editor.; USB Provided at Conference: SCAR; 2014. p. p381. | Abstract
      10. Ristovski Z, Milic A, Alroe J, Miljevic B; Mallet M, Cravigan L, et al.  Volatility‐separated measurement of aerosol chemical composition and hygroscopicity from the Gunn Point campaign, June 2014. In: Derek N, editor: Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere Flagship; 2014. p. 1p. | Abstract
      11. Rotstayn L, Collier M, Chrastansky A, Jeffrey S, Luo J-J. Assessing the Effects of Declining Aerosols in Rcp4.5. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS); 2014. p. 1 p. | Abstract
      12. Sun Z, Luo S, Rikus L, Franklin C. Evaluation of Access Model Clouds over the Southern Ocean Using Synthetic Brightness Temperature Program and Cosp Package. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS); 2014. p. 1 p. | Abstract
      13. Ziehn T, Law R, Rayner P, Roff G, Fraser P. Greenhouse Gas Network Design for Australia. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS); 2014. p. 1 p. | Abstract

Book Sections

      1. Hobday A, Chambers L, Arnould J. Methods to Prioritise Adaptation Options for Iconic Seabirds and Marine Mammals Impacted by Climate Change. In: Griffith, editor.: Griffith NCCARF; 2014. p. 77-94.

Reports

      1. Gooley G, Abbs D, Grose M, Hemer M, Lenton A, Zhang X, et al. Climate Variability, Extremes and Change in the Western Tropical Pacific: New Science and Updated Country Reports, 2014. Melbourne: CSIRO and Australian Bureau of Meteorology 2014.
      2. Hobday A, Chambers L, Arnould J, Patterson T, Tuck G, Wilcox C, et al. Developing Adaptation Options for Seabirds and Marine Mammals Impacted by Climate Change. Hobart, Tas: CSIRO2014. (FRDC Project 2010/533).
      3. Krummel P, Fraser P, Steele P, Derek N, Rickard C, Ward J, et al. The Agage in Situ Program for Non-Co2 Greenhouse Gases at Cape Grim, 2009–2010. Melbourne: Australian Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research2014. (Baseline Atmospheric Program (Australia) 2009-2010).
      4. Langenfelds R, Krummel P, Fraser P, Steele P, Ward J, Sommerville N. Archiving of Cape Grim Air. Melbourne: Australian Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research2014. (Baseline Atmospheric Program (Australia) 2009-2010).
      5. Steele P, Krummel P, van der Schoot M, Spencer D, Baly S, Langenfelds R, et al. Baseline Carbon Dioxide Monitoring. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia: Australian Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research2014. (Baseline Atmospheric Program (Australia) 2009-2010).

CAWCR Publications List: 2013


Journal Articles

      1. Arblaster J, Canadell P. Setting a Carbon Budget to Keep Below Two Degrees. The Conversation. 2013;Online:1 p.
      2. Bi D, Dix M, Marsland S, O’Farrell S, Rashid H, Uotila P, et al. The Access Coupled Model: Description, Control Climate and Evaluation. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:41-64.
      3. Brown J, Brown J, Langlais C, Colman R, Risbey J, Murphy B, et al. Exploring Qualitative Regional Climate Projections: A Case Study for Nauru. Climate Research. 2013;58:165-182.
      4. Brown J, Sen Gupta A, Brown J, Muir L, Risbey J, Whetton P, et al. Implications of Cmip3 Model Biases and Uncertainties for Climate Projections in the Western Tropical Pacific. Climatic Change. 2013;119:147-161.
      5. Chambers L, Altwegg R, Barbraud C, Barnard P, Beaumont L, Crawford R, et al. Phenological Changes in the Southern Hemisphere. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:12 p.
      6. Corney S, Grose M, Bennett J, White C, Katzfey J, McGregor J, et al. Performance of Downscaled Regional Climate Simulations Using a Variable-Resolution Regional Climate Model: Tasmania as a Test Case. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 2013;118:11936-11950.
      7. Dix M, Vohralik P, Bi D, Rashid H, Marsland S, O’Farrell S, et al. The Access Coupled Model: Documentation of Core Cmip5 Simulations and Initial Results. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:83-99.
      8. Franklin C, Sun Z, Bi D, Dix M, Yan H, Bodas-Salcedo A. Evaluation of Clouds in Access Using the Satellite Simulator Package Cosp: Regime-Sorted Tropical Cloud Properties. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 2013;118:6663-6679.
      9. Frederiksen C, Frederiksen J, Balgovind RC. Dynamic Variability and Seasonal Predictability in an Intermediate Complexity Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Model. ANZIAM Journal. 2013;54:C34-C55.
      10. Frederiksen J, Frederiksen C, Osbrough S. Methods of Ensemble Prediction for Seasonal Forecasts with a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Model. ANZIAM Journal. 2013;54:C361-C376.
      11. Grose M, Corney S, Katzfey J, Bennett J, Holz G, White C, et al. A Regional Response in Mean Westerly Circulation and Rainfall to Projected Climate Warming over Tasmania, Australia. Climate Dynamics. 2013;40:2035-2048.
      12. Kent D, Kirono D, Timbal B, Chiew F. Representation of the Australian Sub-Tropical Ridge in the Cmip3 Models. International Journal of Climatology. 2013;33:48-57.
      13. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M. Subgrid Parameterisation of the Eddy-Meanfield Interactions in a Baroclinic Quasi-Geostrophic Ocean. ANZIAM Journal. 2013;54:C459-C475.
      14. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M. Scaling Laws for Parameterisations of Subgrid Eddy-Eddy Interactions in Simulations of Oceanic Circulations. Ocean Modelling. 2013;68:88-105.
      15. Lim E-P, Hendon H, Rashid H. Seasonal Predictability of the Southern Annular Mode Due to Its Association with Enso. Journal of Climate. 2013;26:8037-8054.
      16. Luo Q, Wen L, McGregor J, Timbal B. A Comparison of Downscaling Techniques in the Projection of Local Climate Change and Wheat Yields. Climatic Change. 2013;120:249-261.
      17. Mitchell R, Forgan B, Campbell S, Qin Y. The Climatology of Australian Tropical Aerosol: Evidence for Regional Correlation. Geophysical Research Letters. 2013;40:2384–2389.
      18. Oke P, Sakov P, Cahill M, Dunn J, Fiedler R, Griffin D, et al. Towards a Dynamically Balanced Eddy-Resolving Ocean Reanalysis: Bran3. Ocean Modelling. 2013;67:52-70.
      19. Puri K, Dietachmayer G, Steinle P, Dix M, Rikus L, Logan L, et al. Implementation of the Initial Access Numerical Weather Prediction System. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:265-284.
      20. Rashid H, Sullivan A, Hirst T, Bi D, Zhou X, Marsland S. Evaluation of El Nin?O-Southern Oscillation in the Access Coupled Model Simulations for Cmip5. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:161-180.
      21. Rotstayn L, Collier M, Chrastansky A, Luo J-J, Jeffrey S. Projected Effects of Declining Aerosols in Rcp4.5: Unmasking Global Warming? Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2013;13:10883-10905.
      22. Salinger J, Bell J, Evans K, Hobday A, Allain V, Brander K, et al. Climate and Oceanic Fisheries: Recent Observations and Projections, and Future Needs. Climatic Change. 2013;119:213-221.
      23. Smith I, Moise A, Katzfey J, Nguyen K, Colman R. Regional-Scale Rainfall Projections: Simulations for the New Guinea Region Using the Ccam Model. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 2013;118:1271–1280.
      24. Smith I, Syktus J, Rotstayn L, Jeffrey S. The Relative Performance of Australian Cmip5 Models Based on Rainfall and Enso Metrics. Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:205-212.
      25. Son S-W, Purich A, Hendon H, Kim B-M, Polvani L. Improved Seasonal Forecast Using Ozone Hole Variability? Geophysical Research Letters. 2013;40:6231-6235.
      26. Sun Z, Franklin C, Zhou X, Ma Y, Okely P, Bi D, et al. Modifications to Atmospheric Physical Parameterisations Aimed at Improving Sst Simulations in the Access Coupled Model. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal. 2013;63:233-247.
      27. White C, McInnes K, Cechet B, Corney S, Grose M, Holz G, et al. On Regional Dynamical Downscaling for the Assessment and Projection of Temperature and Precipitation Extremes across Tasmania, Australia. Climate Dynamics. 2013;41:3145-3165.
      28. Zidikheri M, Frederiksen J. Computationally Efficient Methods for Climate Model Inversion. ANZIAM Journal. 2013;54:C217-C232.
      29. Zidikheri M, Frederiksen J. Methods for Estimating Climate Anomaly Forcing Patterns. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 2013;70:2655-2679.

Conference Papers

      1. Franklin C, Sun Z, Bi D, Dix M, Yan H. Evaluation of Clouds and Precipitation in Access Using Satellite Simulators. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS); 2013. p. 1 p.
      2. Gleckler P, Ebert E, Eyring V, Friedlingstein P, Hewitt H, Marsland S, et al. A Wcrp Panel Tasked to Identify and Promote Performance Metrics for Climate Models. Working Group on Numerical Experimentation (WGNE); 2013. p. 1 p.
      3. Grose M, Timbal B, Katzfey J, Moise A, Wang Y, Wilson L, et al. Insights from Downscaling for Southern Australian Climate Projections. The Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc; 2013. p. 1.
      4. Hobday A, Spillman C, Hudson D, Hartog J. Use of Seasonal Forecasting in Australian Aquaculture. Elsevier; 2013. p. 31 p.
      5. Ivey JP, Swan HB, Baly S, Williams AG, Krummel P, Hammond AP, et al. Atmospheric Carbondisulfide and Dimethylsulfide Measurements at Cape Grim Australia, Marine, Terrestrial and Anthropogenic Contributions (Landscaping the Mine Site). Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research; 2013. p. 2 p.
      6. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M. Parameterisation of the Eddy-Eddy and Eddy-Meanfield Interactions in the Large Eddy Simulation of Oceanic Circulations. Turbulent Shear Flow Phenomena 8; 2013. p. 6 p.
      7. Krummel P, Fraser P, Klekociuk A, Tully M. The 2013 Antarctic Ozone Hole. In: Derek NaK, Paul, editor.: Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine And Atmospheric Research; 2013. p. 16.
      8. Krummel P, Langenfelds R, Steele P, Fraser P, van der Schoot M, Spencer D, et al. Trace Gas Measurement Comparison Activities at the Cape Grim Baseline Station. World Meteorological Organisation (WMO); 2013. p. 1 p.
      9. Langenfelds R, Krummel P, Fraser P, Steele P, Ward J, Somerville N. Recent Research Highlights from the Cape Grim Air Archive. Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO; 2013. p. 1 p.
      10. Lawson S, Keywood M, Galbally I, Gras J, Meyer M, Krummel P, et al. Biomass Burning Emissions – Robbins Island, Cape Grim, Australia, 41ºs. Geneva: CSIRO; 2013. p. 1 p.
      11. Loh Z, van der Schoot M, Stavert A, Krummel P, Steele P, Spencer D, et al. The Cape Grim Co2/Ch4 Picarro Record. Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research; 2013. p. 1 p.
      12. Son S-W, Purich A, Hendon H, Kim B-M. Weather from Ozone Hole Variations. WCRP World Climate Research Programme; 2013. p. 1.
      13. Sun Z, Franklin C, Zhou X, Shonk J. Evaluation of a Scheme Representing Cloud Inhomogeneous Structure in the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (Access). American Institute of Physics: IRC-IAMAS; 2013. p. 740-743.
      14. Van Rensch P, Cai W, Cowan T, Hendon H. An Asymmetry within the Iod and Enso Teleconnection Pathway to Southeast Australian Rainfall. CLIVAR; 2013. p. 1 p.
      15. Whetton P, Moise A, Bhend J, Watterson I, Grose M, Hennessy K, et al. Climate Change Projections to Support Natural Resource Management Planning. NCCARF; 2013. p. 1.
      16. Ziehn T, Law R, Rayner P, Fraser P, Roff G. Greenhouse Gas Network Design for Australia. International Carbon Dioxide Conference; 2013. p. 1 p.
      17. Ziehn T, Law R, Rayner P, Roff G, Fraser P. Designing an Optimal Greenhouse Gas Monitoring Network for Australia. Adelaide, SA: Greenhouse 2013; 2013. p. 1 p.
      18. Ziehn T, Rayner P, Roff G, Law R, Fraser P. Greenhouse Gas Network Design: Results from a Case Study for Australia. Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research; 2013. p. 1 p.

Book Sections

      1. Beer T, Abbs D, Alves O. Concatenated Hazards: Tsunamis, Climate Change, Tropical Cyclones and Floods. In: Santiago-Fandino VJR, editor.: Springer; 2013. p. 255-270.
      2. Braganza K, Hennessy K, Alexander L, Trewin B. Changes in Extreme Weather. In: Christoff P, editor.: Routledge; 2013. p. 33-59. 

Reports

      1. Trenham C, Hemer M, Durrant T, Greenslade D. Paccsap Wind-Wave Climate: High Resolution Wind-Wave Climate and Projections of Change in the Pacific Region for Coastal Hazard Assessments. Hobart, Tas: Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR)2013. (CAWCR Technical Report no. 068).

CAWCR Publications List: 2012


Journal Articles

      1. Asseng S, McIntosh P, Wang G, Khimashia NK. Optimal N Fertiliser Management Based on a Seasonal Forecast. European Journal of Agronomy. 2012;38:66-73.
      2. Asseng S, Thomas D, McIntosh P, Alves O, Khimashia NK. Managing Mixed Wheat-Sheep Farms with a Seasonal Forecast. Agricultural Systems. 2012;113:50-56.
      3. Beggs H, Verein R, Kippo H, Underwood M. Enhancing Ship of Opportunity Sea Surface Temperature Observations in the Australian Region. Journal of Operational Oceanography. 2012;5:59-73.
      4. Cai W, Lengaigne M, Borlace S, Collins M, Cowan T, McPhaden M, et al. More Extreme Swings of the South Pacific Convergence Zone Due to Greenhouse Warming. Nature. 2012;488:365-369.
      5. Franklin C, Jakob C, Dix M, Protat A, Roff G. Assessing the Performance of a Prognostic and a Diagnostic Cloud Scheme Using Single Column Model Simulations of Twp-Ice. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 2012;138:734-754.
      6. Frederiksen J, O’Kane T, Zidikheri M. Stochastic Subgrid Parameterizations for Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows. Physica Scripta. 2012;85:068202.
      7. Frederiksen J, O’Kane T, Zidikheri M. Stochastic Subgrid Parameterizations for Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows. Physica Scripta. 2012;85:29 p.
      8. Irving D, Whetton P, Moise A. Climte Projections for Australia: A First Glance at Cmip5. Austalian Meteorological and Oceanogrpahic Journal. 2012;62:211-225.
      9. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M. Subgrid Model with Scaling Laws for Atmospheric Simluations. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 2012;69:1427-1445.
      10. Lawson S, Keywood M, Galbally I, Weeks I, Bentley S, Gras J, et al. Biomass Burning Emissions – Robbins Island, Cape Grim Australia, 41º S. IGAC Newsletter. 2012;48:19-21.
      11. Oke P, Brassington G, Cummings J, Martin M, Hernandez F. Godae Inter-Comparisons in the Tasman and Coral Seas. Journal of Operational Oceanography. 2012;5:11-24.
      12. Oke P, Sakov P. Assessing the Footprint of a Regional Ocean Observing System. Journal of Marine Systems. 2012;105-108:30-51.
      13. Walsh K, McInnes K, McBride J. Climate Change Impacts on Tropical Cyclones and Extreme Sea Levels in the South Pacific – a Regional Assessment. Global and Planetary Change. 2012;80-81:149-164.
      14. Weller E, Feng M, Hendon H, Ma J, Xie S-P, Caputi N. Interannual Variations of Wind Regimes Off the Subtropical Western Australia Coast During Austral Winter and Spring. Journal of Climate. 2012;25:5587-5599.

Conference Papers

      1. Beer T, Abbs D, Alves O. Climate Change, Tropical Cyclones and Floods.: Asia Oceania Geosciences Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      2. Bi D, Dix M, Marsland S, Hirst T, O’Farrell S, Uotila P, et al. Access Coupled Model and Its Present-Day and Pre-Industrial Climate Simulations. IRD Noumean Centre, Meteo-France, ICSHMO Local Organizing Committee; 2012. p. 1 p.
      3. Bi D, Dix M, Marsland S, Hirst T, O’Farrell S, Uotila P, et al. Access: The Australian Coupled Climate Model for Ipcc Ar5 and Cmip5. Australian Meteorological and Oceangraphic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      4. Bi D, Dix M, Marsland S, Hirst T, Rashid H, Uotila P, et al. Access Coupled Model and Its Cmip5 Experiments for Ipcc Ar5. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      5. Borlace S, Cai W, Lengaigne M, Collins M, Cowan T, McPhaden M, et al. The Spcz in a Warming Climate. Asia Oceania Geosciences Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      6. Brown J, Brown J, Hennessy K, Irving D, Muir L, Murphy B, et al. Providing Climate Projections for Individual Pacific Island Nations Part I: Limitations Imposed by Climate Model Biases. IRD Noumean Centre, Meteo-France, ICSHMO Local Organizing Committee; 2012. p. 1 p.
      7. Brown J, Muir L, Sen Gupta A, Brown J, Zhang X, Risbey J, et al. Dealing with Climate Model Biases in the Western Tropical Pacific Ocean. IRD Noumean Centre, Meteo-France, ICSHMO Local Organizing Committee; 2012. p. 1 p.
      8. Galbally I, Brunke E, Cuperiro M, Klekociuk A, Luppo S, Molloy S, et al. Tropospheric Ozone Distribution and Trends at Cape Grim and in the Extra-Tropical Southern Hemisphere. In: Paton-Walsh C, Derek NaK, P B, editors.: University of Wollongong, BoM, CSIRO; 2012. p. 2 p.
      9. Hartog J, Hobday A, Spillman C, Alves O, Matear R, Feng M. Predicting Tuna Habitat for Spatial Fisheries Management Using Electronic Tags and Ocean Models. World Fisheries Congress; 2012. p. 6 p.
      10. Irving D, Hennessy K, Brown J, Brown J, Sen Gupta A, Perkins S, et al. Providing Climate Projections for Individual Pacific Island Nations: Challenges, Progress and Future Directions. IRD Noumean Centre, Meteo-France, ICSHMO Local Organizing Committee; 2012. p. 1 p.
      11. Irving D, Hennessy K, Brown J, Brown J, Sen Gupta A, Perkins S, et al. Providing Climate Projections for Individual Pacific Island Nations: Challenges, Progress and Future Directions. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      12. Kitsios V, Frederiksen J, Zidikheri M. Stochastic Subgrid Model with Scaling Laws for Oceanic Simulations. Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society; 2012. p. 4 p.
      13. Krummel P, Fraser P, Klekociuk A, Tully M, Steele P, Trudinger C, et al. The 2012 Ozone Hole and Updated Equivalent Effective Stratospheric Chlorine Data. In: Paton-Walsh C, Derek NaK, P B, editors.: University of Wollongong, BoM, CSIRO; 2012. p. 1 p.
      14. Lawson S, Keywood M, Galbally I, Cope M, Cainey J, Krummel P, et al. Composition of Fresh and Aged Biomass Burning Plumes from the 2006 Robbins Island Fire – Cape Grim. CSIRO; 2012. p. 2 p.
      15. Pak B, Golebiewski M, Zhang H, Srbinovsky J, Wang Y. Offline Cable in Multiple-Processor Mode: Structure, Datasets and Performance. Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      16. Perkins S, Whetton P, Moise A. Exploring the Added Value of Projections of Climate Extremes from the Ccam Regional Climate Model.: N/A; 2012. p. 1.
      17. Protat A, Young S, L’Ecuyer T, McFarlane S, Comstock J, Delanoe J, et al. Reconciling the Ground-Based and Space-Based Estimates of the Frequency of Occurrence and Radiative Effect of Clouds. European Space Agency; 2012. p. 12 p.
      18. Protat A, Young S, McFarlane S, L’Ecuyer T, Mace G. Reconciling the Ground-Based and Space-Based Estimates of the Frequency of Occurrence and Radiative Effect of Clouds. European Space Agency; 2012. p. 1 p.
      19. Rashid H, Bi D, Dix M, Hirst T, Marsland S, O’Farrell S, et al. Comparing Enso Properties in Two Versions of Theaustralian Community Climate and Earth Systemsimulator (Access) Coupled Model [Causes of Differing Enso Behaviours in Two Versions of the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (Access)]. IRD Noumean Centre, Meteo-France, ICSHMO Local Organizing Committee; 2012. p. 1 p.
      20. Rashid H, Bi D, Dix M, Hirst T, Marsland S, O’Farrell S, et al. Simulation of El Niño-Southern Oscillation in the Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (Access). Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      21. Uhe P, Collier M, Hume T, Dix M. Forming and Distributing the Access Cmip5 Archive. Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      22. van der Schoot M, Fraser P, Krummel P, Spencer D, Langenfelds R, Loh Z, et al. The Csiro/Cawcr Australian Tropical Atmospheric Research Station (Atars). Korea Meteorological Administration; 2012. p. 1 p.
      23. Van Rensch P, Cai W, Cowan T, Hendon H. An Asymmetry within the Iod and Enso Teleconnection Pathway to Southeast Australian Rainfall. Australian Meterological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      24. Van Rensch P, Cai W, Cowan T, Hendon H. The Iod and Enso Asymmetric Teleconnection Pathway to Australian Rainfall. American Geophysical Union; 2012. p. 1 p.
      25. Wang Y, Kowalczyk E, Srbinovsky J, Pak B, Law R, Stevens L, et al. The Australian Community Land Surface Model (Cable): Present Status and Future Development. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society; 2012. p. 1 p.
      26. Young S, Protat A, Whimpey M. Considerations in the Use of Calipso and Cloudsat Observations to Assess the Performance of a Numerical Weather Prediction Model. European Space Agency; 2012. p. 1 p.
      27. Young S, Protat A, Whimpey M, Rikus L. Considerations in the Use of Calipso and Cloudsat Observations to Assess the Performance of a Numerical Weather Prediction Model. European Space Agency; 2012. p. 16 p.
      28. Ziehn T, Law R, Rayner P, Fraser P, Roff G, Haverd V, et al. Designing a Greenhouse Gas Network for Australia. University of Wollongong, BoM, CSIRO; 2012. p. 1 p.

Reports

      1. Cambers G, Cook G, Frencham LJ, Rischbieth J, Hennessy K. Pacific Climate Change Science Research Program: End of Program Report. Melbourne, Vic: CSIRO; Bureau of Meteorology 2012.
      2. Fraser P, Krummel P, Steele P, van der Schoot M, Gregory R, Spencer D, et al. Cape Grim Lead Scientists’ Report, Co2 and Non-Co2 Greenhouse Gases: 2011 Csiro Marine and Atmospheric Research. Australian Bureau of Meteorology: 10 p2012.
      3. Hennessy K, Pullman K. Understanding Extreme Weather Changes. DCCEE2012
      4. Holper P, Pullman K. Australian Climate Change Science Program Annual Report 2011-2012. CSIRO2012. (Australian Climate Change Science Program Annual Report).
      5. Kent D, Cai W, Nguyen K. Projections of Exceptional Climatic Events in South-East Queensland Produced by a Dynamical Regional Circulation Model. City East, Qld: Urban Water Security Alliance2012. (Urban Water Security Research Alliance Technical Report No. 62).
      6. Law R, Raupach M, Abramowitz G, Dharssi I, Haverd V, Pitman A, et al. The Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (Cable) Model Roadmap for 2012-2017. Melbourne: Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research2012. (CAWCR Technical Report No. 057).
      7. Poloczanska E, Hobday A, Richardson A, Anthony K, Arnould J, Beardall J, et al. Marine Climate Change in Australia: Impacts and Adaptation Responses. 2012 Report Card. CSIRO2012
      8. Pullman K, Holper P. Australian Climate Change Science Program Annual Report 2010-11. CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology 2012.
      9. Uhe P, Hume T, Collier M. Access Post-Processor Version 1.0. Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research2012. (CAWCR Technical Report No. 58).

CAWCR Technical Reports

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Dharssi, I., Bi, D., Brassington, G., Hudson, D., Lorenz, R., Wang, Y., and Day, K. (ed). 2015. Coupled Modelling and Prediction: from weather to climate – abstracts of the ninth CAWCR Workshop. CAWCR Technical Report No. 080
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Dare, R. 2015. Sedimentation of volcanic ash in the HYSPLIT dispersion model.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 079
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McInnes, K. and Kepert, J. 2014. Coasts & Extremes – abstracts of the eighth CAWCR Workshop 10 November – 12 November 2014, Melbourne, Australia  CAWCR Technical Report No. 078
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Peter, J., Seed, A., Steinle, P., Rennie, S. and Curtis, M. A Bayesian methodology for detecting anomalous propagation in radar reflectivity observations  CAWCR Technical Report No. 077
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Murphy, B., Timbal, B., Hendon, H. and Ekström, M. 2014. Victorian Climate Initiative: Annual Report 2013-14  CAWCR Technical Report No. 076
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Keenan, T., Puri,K., Hirst,T., Pugh,T., Evans,B., Dix,M., Pitman,A., Craig,P., Law,R., Alves,O., Dietachmayer,G., Steinle,P. and Cleugh, H. 2014. Next Generation Australian Community Climate and Earth-System Simulator (NG-ACCESS) – A Roadmap 2014-2019  CAWCR Technical Report No. 075
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Craig, P. On behalf of the BLUElink team. 2014. Bluelink 2 overview and milestone summary  CAWCR Technical Report No. 074
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Rennie, S.J., Curtis, M., Peter, J.R., Seed, A.W. and Steinle, P.J. 2014. Training the Ancilla Naive Bayes classification system to provide quality control for weather radar data  CAWCR Technical Report No. 073
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Miles, E., Griesser, A., Charles, A. and Spillman, C. 2014. The Pacific-Australia climate change science and adaptation planning program’s seasonal prediction websites  CAWCR Technical Report No. 072
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Hoeke, R., McInnes, K., O’Grady, J., Lipkin, F. and Colberg, F. 2014. High resolution met-ocean modelling for storm surge risk analysis in Apia, Samoa  CAWCR Technical Report No. 071
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Durrant, T., Greenslade, D., Hemer, M. and Trenham, C. 2014. A Global Wave Hindcast focussed on the Central and South Pacific  CAWCR Technical Report No. 070
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Harman, I.N. and Trudinger, C.M. 2014. The simple carbon-climate model: SCCM7 Technical documentation  CAWCR Technical Report No. 069
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Trenham, C.E., Hemer, M.A., Durrant, T.H. and Greenslade. D.J.M. 2013. PACCSAP Wind-wave Climate: High resolution wind-wave climate and projections of change in the Pacific region for coastal hazard assessments  CAWCR Technical Report No. 068
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Cottrill, A., Charles, A., Shelton, K., Jones, D. and Kuleshov, Y. 2013. Seasonal Forecast Verification in the Pacific using a coupled model POAMA and the statistical model SCOPIC  CAWCR Technical Report No. 067
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Day, K. and Maguire, S. 2013. Observing, Estimating and Forecasting Rainfall: From Science to Applications – abstracts of the seventh CAWCR Workshop 21 October – 23 October 2013, Melbourne, Australia  CAWCR Technical Report No. 066
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Mortimer, N. and Symonds, G. 2013. Bluelink III Workpackage P4.2 Littoral-zone Field Program  CAWCR Technical Report No. 065
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Zhao, M., Roff, G., Hendon, H., Okely, P., Zhou, X., Marshall, A., Liu, G., Tseitkin, F. and Alves, O. Improving Multiweek Rainfall Forecasts: Experimentation with the ACCESS climate models  CAWCR Technical Report No. 064
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Garde, L.A., Spillman, C.M., Majewski, L., Griffin, C., Kruger, G. and Beggs, H. 2013. ReefTemp Next Generation  CAWCR Technical Report No. 063
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Uslu, B and Greenslade, D. 2013. Validation of Tsunami Warning Thresholds Using Inundation Modelling  CAWCR Technical Report No. 062
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Sun, Z and co-authors. 2013. Improvements in atmospheric physical parameterizations for the Australian Community Climate and Earth-System Simulator (ACCESS)  CAWCR Technical Report No. 061
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Nairn, J. and Fawcett, R. 2013. Defining heatwaves: heatwave defined as a heat-impact event servicing all community and business sectors in Australia  CAWCR Technical Report No. 060
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Collier, M. and Uhe, P. 2012. CMIP5 datasets from the ACCESS1.0 and ACCESS1.3 coupled climate models  CAWCR Technical Report No. 059
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Uhe, P., Hume, T. and Collier, M. 2012. ACCESS Post-Processor Version 1.0.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 058
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Law, R.M., Raupach, M.R., Abramowitz, G., Dharssi, I., Haverd, V., Pitman, A.J., Renzullo, L., Van Dijk, A. and Wang, Y-P 2012. The Community Atmosphere Biosphere Land Exchange (CABLE) model Roadmap for 2012-2017.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 057
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Day, K. (Eds.) 2012. Understanding and Prediction of Monsoon Weather and Climate – abstracts of the sixth CAWCR Workshop 12 November – 15 November 2012, Melbourne, Australia.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 056
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Rennie, S.J. 2012. Doppler weather radar in Australia.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 055
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Dharssi, I., Steinle, P. and Candy, B. 2012. Towards a Kalman Filter based land surface data assimilation scheme for ACCESS.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 054
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Peace, M. and Mills, G. 2012. A case study of the 2007 Kangaroo Island bushfires.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 053
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Brassington, G.B., Freeman, J., Huang, X., Pugh, T., Oke, P.R., Sandery, P.A., Taylor, A., Andreu-Burillo, I., Schiller, A., Griffin, D.A., Fiedler, R., Mansbridge, J., Beggs, H. and Spillman, C.M. 2012. Ocean Model, Analysis and Prediction System: version 2.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 052
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Lim, E-P., Hendon, H.H., Langford, S. and Alves, O. 2012. Improvements in POAMA2 for the prediction of major climate drivers and south eastern Australian rainfall.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 051
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Fawcett, R.J.B., Trewin, B., Braganza, K., Smalley, R.J., Jovanovic, B. and Jones, D.A. 2012. On the sensitivity of Australian temperature trends and variability to analysis methods and observation networks.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 050
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Trewin, B. 2012. Techniques involved in developing the Australian Climate Observations Reference Network � Surface Air Temperature (ACORN-SAT) dataset.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 049
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Cottrill, A., Hendon, H.H., Lim, E-P., Langford, S., Kuleshov, Y., Charles, A. and Jones, D. 2012. Seasonal Climate Prediction in the Pacific using the POAMA coupled model forecast system.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 048
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Harman, I.N., Trudinger, C.M. and Raupach, M.R. 2011. SCCM – the Simple Carbon-Climate Model: Technical Documentation.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 047
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Day, K.A. (Editor) 2011. Abstracts of the Fifth International Verification Methods Workshop, 1 – 7 December 2011, Melbourne, Australia.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 046
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Greenwood, R., Schulz, E., Parkinson, M. and Neudegg, D. 2011. Evaluation of the TIGER SuperDARN Over-The-Horizon radar systems for providing remotely sensed marine and oceanographic data over the Southern Ocean.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 045
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Day, K.A. and Hollis, A.J. (Editors) 2011. Composition of the atmosphere – abstracts of the fifth CAWCR Workshop 15 November – 17 November 2011, Melbourne, Australia.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 044
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Cope, M. and Lee, S. 2011. Exploring the co-benefit of electric vehicle uptake and ozone pollution reduction in Sydney – Final report.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 043
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Raupach, M.R., Harman, I.N. and Canadell, J.G. 2011. Global climate goals for temperature, concentrations, emissions and cumulative emissions.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 042
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Durrant, T and Greenslade, D. 2011. Evaluation and implementation of AUSWAVE CAWCR Technical Report No. 041
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Charles, A., Hendon, H., Wang, Q.J., Robertson, D and Lim, E-P. 2011. Comparison of techniques for the calibration of coupled model forecasts of Murray Darling Basin seasonal mean rainfall CAWCR Technical Report No. 040
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Langford, S. and Hendon, H. 2011. Assessment of international seasonal rainfall forecasts for Australia and the benefit of multi-model ensembles for improving reliability CAWCR Technical Report No. 039
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Hennessy, K., Clarke, J and Ricketts, J. 2011. Methods for producing extreme temperature projections for Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 038
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Dowdy, A.J., Mills, G.A. and Timbal, B. 2011. Large-scale indicators of Australian East Coast Lows and associated extreme weather events CAWCR Technical Report No. 037
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Keenan, T.D. and Cleugh, H.A. (Editors). 2011. Climate Science Update: A Report to the 2011 Garnaut Review CAWCR Technical Report No. 036
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Corbin, D.K and Law, R.M. 2011. Extending atmospheric CO2 and tracer capabilities in ACCESS CAWCR Technical Report No. 035
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Kirono, D.G.C., Hennessy, K., Mpelasoka, F. and Kent, D. 2011. Approaches for generating climate change scenarios for use in drought projections – a review CAWCR Technical Report No. 034
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Hollis, A. and Day, K. (Editors). 2010. Ocean Science – Extended abstracts of the fourth CAWCR Workshop 9 November – 11 November 2010 Hobart, Tasmania, Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 033
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Lim, E-P., Hendon, H.H., Alves, O., Yin, Y., Wang,G., Hudson,D., Zhao, M. and Shi, L. 2010. Dynamical seasonal prediction of tropical Indo-Pacific SST and Australian rainfall with improved ocean initial conditions CAWCR Technical Report No. 032
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Langford, S., Hendon, H.H. and Lim. E-P. 2011. Assessment of POAMA’s predictions of some climate indices for use as predictors of Australian rainfall CAWCR Technical Report No. 031
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Taylor, A., Brassington, G.B. and Nader. J. 2010. Assessment of BLUElink OceanMAPSv1.0b against coastal tide gauges CAWCR Technical Report No. 030
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Day, K. (editor). 2010. Proceedings of the Australian Wind Waves Research Science Symposium, 19-20 May 2010, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 029
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Contardo, S., Symonds, G. and Mortimer, N. 2010. BLUElink II Workpackage P3 Inner Shelf and Nearshore Field Programs CAWCR Technical Report No. 028
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Bi, D. and Marsland, S. 2010. Australian Climate Ocean Model (AusCOM) Users Guide CAWCR Technical Report No. 027
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Timbal, B., Arblaster, J., Braganza, K.., Fernandez, E., Hendon, H., Murphy, B., Raupach, M., Rakich,C., Smith, I., Whan K. and Wheeler, M. 2010. Understanding the anthropogenic nature of the observed rainfall decline across South Eastern Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 026
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Gregory, P.A., Rikus, L. and Kepert, J.D. 2010. Testing and diagnosing the ability of the Bureau of Meteorology’s Numerical Weather Prediction systems to support prediction of solar energy production CAWCR Technical Report No. 025
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Lucas, C. 2010. A high-quality historical humidity database for Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 024
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Mills, G.A., Webb, R., Davidson, N.E., Kepert, J., Seed, A. and Abbs. D. 2010. The Pasha Bulker east coast low of 8 June 2007 CAWCR Technical Report No. 023
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Zhu, H. and Hendon, H. 2010. Convection and MJO performance in UM7.1 CAWCR Technical Report No. 022
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Gordon, H., O’Farrell, S., Collier, M., Dix, M., Rotstayn, L., Kowalczyk, E., Hirst, T. and Watterson, I. 2010. The CSIRO Mk3.5 Climate Model CAWCR Technical Report No. 021
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Mills, G.A. and McCaw, L. 2010. Atmospheric stability evnironments and fire weather in Australia – extending the Haines Index CAWCR Technical Report No. 020
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Dowdy, A.J. and Mills, G.A. 2009. Atmospheric states associated with the ignition of lightning-attributed fires CAWCR Technical Report No. 019
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Franklin, C., Dix, M., Jakob, C. and Roff, G. 2009. Assessing the performance of a prognostic and a diagnostic cloud scheme using single column model simulations of TWP-ICE CAWCR Technical Report No. 018
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Hollis, A.J. (editor), 2009.  Modelling and understanding high impact weather – extended abstracts of the third CAWCR Modelling Workshop 20 November – 2 December 2009, Melbourne Australia.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 017
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Cope, M. and Lee, S. 2009. Chemical Transport Model – User Manual CAWCR Technical Report No. 016
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Cope, M., Lee. S., Noonan, J., Lilley, B., Hess, D. and Azzi, M. 2009. Chemical Transport Model – Technical Description CAWCR Technical Report No. 015
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Greenslade, D.J.M., Simanjuntak, M.A. and Allen, S.C.R. 2009. An enhanced tsunami scenario database:T2 CAWCR Technical Report No. 014
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Raupach, M.R., Briggs, P.R., Haverd, V., King, E.A., Paget, M. and Trudinger, C.M. 2009. Australian Water Availability Project (AWAP): CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research Component: Final report for pPhase 3 . CAWCR Technical Report No. 013
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Durrant, T.H., Greenslade, D.J.M. and Warren, G.R. 2009. Assessing upgrades to the Bureau of Meteorology\u2019s Wave Forecasting System using satellite altimeter data CAWCR Technical Report No. 012
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Allen, S.C.R. and Greenslade, D.J.M. 2009. Spectral climatology of Australian and South-West Pacific tide gauges CAWCR Technical Report No. 011
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Dowdy, A.J., Mills, G.A., Finkele, K. and de Groot, W. 2009. Australian fire weather as represented by the McArthur Forest Fire Danger Index and the Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index CAWCR Technical Report No. 010
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Sun, Z. 2008. Development of the Sun-Edwards-Slingo radiation scheme (SES2) CAWCR Technical Report No. 009
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Huang, X., Ma, Y. and Mills, G.A. 2008. Verification of mesoscale NWP forecasts of abrupt wind changes CAWCR Technical Report No. 008
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Hasson, A.E.A., Mills, G.A., Timbal, B. and Walsh, K. 2008. Assessing the impact of climate change on extreme fire weather in southeast Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 007
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Hollis, A.J. (editor), 2008. High resolution modelling : extended abstracts of the second CAWCR Modelling Workshop, 25-28 November 2008, Melbourne, Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 006
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Braganza, K., Gergis, J.L., Power, S.B., Risbey, J.S. and Fowler, A.M. 2008. A new basin-wide multi-proxy index of the El-Nino Southern Oscillation, A.D. 1525-1982 CAWCR Technical Report No. 005
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Timbal, B., Li, Z. and Fernandez, E. 2008. The Bureau of Meteorology Statistical Downscaling Model Graphical User Interface: user manual and software documentation CAWCR Technical Report No. 004
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Keywood, M.D., Gras, J.L. and Rotstayn, L.D. 2008. The Australian Aerosol and Climate Research Program: A proposal CAWCR Technical Report No. 003
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Galbally, I.E., Meyer, C.P., Wang, Y.P., Kirstine, W.V., Smith, C., Weeks, I.A., Elsworth, C.M., Robertson, F. and Shuhui, S. 2008. Measurements of soil-atmosphere exchange of CH4, CO, N2O and NOx in the semi-arid Mallee System in Southeastern Australia CAWCR Technical Report No. 002
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Lo, F., Wheeler, M.C. and Lennox, S. 2008. Improving predictions of the North Australian wet season: onset and duration.  CAWCR Technical Report No. 001

CAWCR Research Letters

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 11, October 2014

      1. W. Thurston, K. J. Tory, R. J. B. Fawcett, J. D. Kepert, 2014. Large-eddy simulations of bushfire plumes in the turbulent atmospheric boundary layer.
      2. T. Bannister, 2014. Black Saturday 2009: A radar view of the Kilmore East fire.
      3. R.H.D. McRae and J.J Sharples , 2014. Forecasting conditions conducive to blow-up fire events.
      4. H. Richter, 2014. The Australian National Thunderstorm Forecast Guidance System: New calibrated ensemble-based total thunderstorm probabilities
      5. S. A. Louis, 2014. Observational climatology and anomaly maps of the continuous Haines index.
      6. P. Fox-Hughes, 2014. Abrupt increases in fire danger: a synoptic climatology.
      7. R. J. B. Fawcett, M. Webb, W. Thurston, J. D. Kepert and K. J. Tory, 2014 Modelling the fire weather of the Dunalley, Tasmania fire of January 2013: an ACCESS case study.
      8. A. Haigh, 2014. The Sydney Easter Sunday Tornado of 2012: a Study of Forecasting Challenges.
      9. J. R. Peter, M. Manton, R. Potts and P. May, 2014. Radar-derived statistics of storm cells in South East Queensland.
      10. M. Speer, 2014. Conceptual Models of Severe Flash Flood Producing Rain in Two Distinct NSW Locations.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 10, August 2013

      1. P. Divakaran, K. Casey, G. Foti, G. B. Brassington, D. Byrne, 2013. A High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature Climatology for the Southeast Indian Ocean.
      2. L. Muir, J. Brown, J. Risbey, S. Wijffels, A. Sen Gupta, 2013. Determining the time of emergence of the climate change signal at regional scales
      3. P. Oke, M. Cahill, D. Griffin, M. Herzfeld, 2013. Constraining a regional ocean model with climatology and observations: Application to the Hawaiian Islands.
      4. J. Lee, J. Le Marshall, C. Tingwell, B. Roux, 2013. Impact of Satellite Observations on Southern Hemisphere Forecasts from the Operational ACCESS-G NWP Model
      5. H. Zhu, H. Hendon, M. Dix, Z. Sun, G. Dietachmayer and K. Puri, 2013. Vertical Structure and Diabatic Processes of the MJO, A Global Model Inter-comparison Project: preliminary results from the ACCESS model.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 9, December 2012

      1. V. Barras and P. Sandery, 2012. Forecasting the Brisbane flooding event using Ensemble Bred Vector SST initialization and ocean coupling in ACCESS NWP.
      2. D. Griffiths and J. Park, 2012. Evaluation of Medium Range Weather Forecasts Based on Short-term Forecasts.
      3. G. Roff, T. Green. M. Dix and S. Wales, 2012. Initializing ACCESS from ERA-Interim data.
      4. I. Bermous, J. Heinrichs and M. Naughton, 2012. Application performance improvement by use of partial nodes to reduce memory contention.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 8, August 2012

      1. P. McIntosh, J. Risbey, J. Brown and M. Pook, 2012. Apparent and real sources of rainfall associated with a cutoff low in southeast Australia.
      2. A.Griesser and C. Spillman, 2012. SST forecast skill of the new intra-seasonal configuration of POAMA-2.
      3. L. Rikus, G. Dietachmayer and T. Elliott, 2012. Characterizing westerly jets as objects.
      4. E. Schulz and L. Majewski, 2012. Oceansat-2 wind validation using OceanSITES moorings.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 7, December 2011

      1. P. Okely, O. Alves, D. Hudson and Y. Yin, 2011. Towards coupled data assimilation: coupled covariance structures.
      2. A.G. Marshall, D. Hudson, M.C. Wheeler, H.H. Hendon and O. Alves, 2011. Evaluating key drivers of Australian intra-seasonal climate variability in POAMA-2: a progress report
      3. M.A. Simanjuntak, D. Greenslade and S.C.R. Allen, 2011. Extensions to the T2 Tsunami Scenario Database.
      4. I.G. Watterson, A.C. Hirst and A. Sullivan, 2011. Evaluation of simulated Australian climate for the Hadley Centre’s CAPTIVATE Project.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 6, July 2011

      1. E. Ebert, 2011. Radius of reliability: A distance metric for interpreting and verifying spatial probabilistic warnings.
      2. V. Barras and Y. Miao. 2011. GENESIS: forming an ACCESS-SCM testbed from NWP analyses.
      3. X. Sun and P. Steinle. 2011. Applications of latitude dependent covariance for ACCESS-R regional data assimilation.
      4. V. Barras and A. Lock. 2011. Capping friction velocity over high topography in ACCESS.
      5. S. Rennie, D. McIntosh, A. Seed, P. Steinle and M. Tully. 2011. A Comparison between Wind Profiles from the Sydney (Terrey Hills) Doppler Radar and the Sydney Airport Wind Profiler.
      6. C. Spillman. 2011. Real-time predictions of coral bleaching risk for the Great Barrier Reef: Summer 2010/2011.
      7. G. Wang, D. Hudson, Y. Yin, O. Alves, H. Hendon, S. Langford, G. Liu, and F. Tseitkin, 2011. POAMA-2 SST Skill Assessment and Beyond.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 5, December 2010

      1. S. Cooper, T. Hume and P. Riley, 2010. Gridded OCF Low, Middle and High Cloud Forecasts.
      2. V. Barras, P. Steinle and A. Lock, 2010. Parameterization of boundary layer decoupling in ACCESS NWP.
      3. K. Puri et al., 2010. Preliminary results from Numerical Weather Prediction implementation of ACCESS.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 4, August 2010

      1. C. Franklin and M. Dix, 2010. Evaluation of low latitude cloud properties in ACCESS and HadGEM AMIP simulations.
      2. C. Spillman, D. Hudson and O. Alves, 2010. Real-time seasonal SST predictions for the Great Barrier Reef during the summer of 2009/2010.
      3. B. Timbal, 2010. A discussion on aspects of the seasonality of the rainfall decline in South-Eastern Australia
      4. A. Protat, L. Rikus, S. Young, J. Le Marshall, P. May, and M. Whimpey, 2010. Evaluation of ACCESS-A Clouds and Convection using Near Real-Time CloudSat-CALIPSO Observations.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 3, December 2009

      1. Barras, V. J. I., A. K. Luhar and P. J. Hurley, 2009. A low wind speed parameterisation for stably stratified boundary layers in ACCESS.
      2. Lu, W. and F. Woodcock , 2009. Comparative verification of 3-hourly guidance from Operational Consensus Forecasts and Model Output Forecasts.
      3. Treloar, A., 2009. QNH Derivation and Forecasting in the GFE.
      4. Lim, E.-P., H. H. Hendon, O. Alves, Y. Yin, M. Zhao, G. Wang, D. Hudson and G. Liu, 2009. Impact of SST bias correction on prediction of ENSO and Australian winter rainfall.
      5. Lemus-Deschamps, L. L., T. Hume and N. Moodie, 2009. Short-Term Variability of Ozone and UV: A case study.
      6. Rashid, H. A., M. Dix, and A. C. Hirst, 2009. Surface energy balance in the ACCESS models: comparisons with observation based flux products.
      7. Rafter, T. and D. Abbs, 2009. An analysis of future changes in extreme rainfall over Australian regions based on GCM simulations and Extreme Value Analysis.
      8. Lee, J., P. Steinle and C. Draper, 2009. Soil Moisture Observation from AMSR-E and its potential use within ACCESS Data Assimilation.

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 2, July 2009

      1. Timbal, B., 2009. The continuing decline in South-East Australian rainfall: Update to May 2009.
      2. Franklin, C. and M. Dix, 2009. Analysis of low latitude cloud properties in the ACCESS AMIP simulation – regime sorting using mid-tropospheric velocity.
      3. Law, R. M. and K. D. Corbin, 2009. Simulating the atmospheric transport of CO2 and SF6 using the UK Met Office Unified Model.
      4. Leeuwenburg, T., 2009. Introducing the Natural Language Generation of Text Weather Forecasts in the GFE.
      5. Spillman, C. M., O. Alves, D. A. Hudson and A. N. Charles, 2009. POAMA SST Predictions for the Great Barrier Reef: Summer 2008/2009.
      6. Taylor, A., 2009. Weather-Band Coastal Sea Level Anomalies along Australia’s Southern Shelves: Bluelink OceanMAPS
      7. Watterson, I. G., 2009. Numbers and Genesis Locations of Tropical Cyclones in the NOAA IBTrACS Archive

CAWCR Research Letters Issue 1, December 2008

      1. Timbal, B. and P. Hope, 2008  Observed Early Winter Mean Sea level Pressure Changes over Southern Australia: a comparison of existing datasets.
      2. Chambers, L. E., 2008.  Climate Change and Birds: a southern hemisphere perspective
      3. Brassington, G. B., N. Summons, G. Ball and L. Cowen, 2008.  East Australian Current and Tasman Sea Surface Drifting Buoy Experiment-2008.
      4. Sandery, P. A. and G. B. Brassington, 2008.  Preliminary Evaluation of a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Prediction System.
      5. Chattopadhyay, M., C. Vincent and J. Kepert, 2008.  MALAPS and MesoLAPS: a case study of the East Coast Low event of 27th June 2007.