Very little is known about the past climate of Perth, Western Australia, in the 1800s. Our team has recently pieced together the oldest known daily weather observations from south-western Australia that spans 1830–1875. There’s a strong case for increasing 19th century climate data rescue efforts in the south-western region of Australia, due to the vulnerability … Continue reading What was Perth’s climate like from 1830 to 1875?
The year 2019 was Australia’s hottest and driest year on record. These two factors combined to create the worst bushfire and drought conditions since the Bureau of Meteorology's daily weather observations began in 1910. After the record-shattering year that the country has just experienced, our team attended the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society annual meeting and international conference in Fremantle, WA, in February this year. ...
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SEARCH project researchers, Joelle Gergis and Ailie Gallant were recently in Canberra, attending Science Meets Parliament, with the support of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. Science Meets Parliament offers scientists from around Australia the opportunity to meet with MPs and discuss issues of importance. This year's delegates also attended a series of professional development … Continue reading Science Meets Parliament 2010
The months of January and February have marked the first of a number of research trips to come during my PhD. I have spent four weeks in Canberra working with our project partner, the National Library of Australia. adobe creative cloud . The library treated me to the privileges enjoyed by the NLA's 2010 summer … Continue reading Claire Fenby’s NLA research trip report