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.
A group of ACE CRC scientists and students recently travelled to the frozen seas of northern Japan, as part of a long-running program aimed at boosting cooperation on sea ice research.
Six ACE CRC researchers are among those selected to contribute to the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Close to 200 scientists and policy makers from 23 countries came together with representatives from fishing industry and environmental groups in early April, for a major conference focused on Southern Ocean ecosystems.
Summer is always a busy time of year for researchers studying Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Here’s just some of what the ACE CRC’s scientists got up to during the past few months.
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