In late January 2017, Australia’s icebreaker, RSV Aurora Australis, returned to its home port of Hobart after a seven week marine science and resupply voyage to the Antarctic.
Brush up on the latest science on climate change, with this four part public lecture series, presented by some of Australia's leading experts in the field.
The ACE CRC has produced a number of tools to assist governments and other end users to understand future climate scenarios and make decisions that take account of the risks posed by climate change.
Scientists from the ACE CRC and its partner agencies are currently on a deep field mission to recover a 2000 year old Antarctic ice core which they hope will shed light on the long-term influences that impact Australian weather and climate.
Australian researchers are getting ready for the next season of ICECAP, the groundbreaking international science partnership transforming our understanding of Antarctica’s shrinking ice sheet.
Meteorologists and sea ice scientists from around the world are meeting in Hobart this week to discuss improved navigational services for the growing volume of ship traffic in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Key research by the ACE CRC and its partners has been nominated for a Eureka Prize for Environmental Research.
Ice-free areas in Antarctica could expand by close to 25 per cent by 2100 and drastically change the biodiversity of the continent, research published today in Nature has shown.
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