Publications by Paul Holper

Publications by Simon Torok

 

By Paul Holper

Holper, P.N. (2017) AMOS conference 2017: The heat was on. Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 30(1), 14-17.

Holper, P.N. (2016) Keeping it real and regional: Communication to get Victoria climate-readyEingana, 39(2), 6-9.

Torok, S.J., Holper, P.N. et al (2016) Tracking Antarctica: An update on the state of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. WWF, Melbourne.

Allan, R.J. et al (2016) Toward integrated historical climate research: the example of Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth. WIREs Climate Change. doi: 10.1002/wcc.379

Holper, P.N. (2013) The carbon cycle and how we are changing it. Climate change science information paper. Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research. Available at www.cawcr.gov.au/publications/otherreports/carbon.pdf

Holper, P.N. (2011) Australian rainfall – past, present and future. Climate change science information paper. Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research. Available at www.cawcr.gov.au/publications/otherreports/rainfall.pdf

Holper, P. N., Power, S. B., Fuller, A., Hopkins, M., Jubb, I., Swirepik, A. (2009). Twenty years of Australian climate change science: what we have learnt. In GREENHOUSE 2009: climate change & resources : Burswood Convention Centre, Perth, WA : 23-26 March 2009 : Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, p.282.

Power, S.B., Plummer, N., Pearce, K.B., Walland, D., Edwards, S., Jones, D., Gipton, S., Holper, P.N. and Whitehead, R. (2008). Changes in Australian attitudes towards global warming. MeteoWorld.

Power, S. B, Plummer, N., Walland, D., Jones, D. A., Edwards, S., Gipton, S., Holper, P. N., Pearce, K. B. (2008). Public and media awareness of climate change: was 2006 a tipping point for Australia? In AMOS 2008: 15th National Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) Conference in conjunction with the Australian Wind Engineering Society (AWES) & Meteorological Society of New Zealand : atmospheric and oceanic extremes, Deakin University, Waterfront Campus, Geelong, Victoria, Australia : Melbourne: AMOS. 121.

Power, S.B., Plummer, N., Pearce, K.B., Jones, D., Walland, D., Edwards, S., Gipton, S., Holper, P.N. and Whitehead, R. (2008). Remarkable changes in media coverage of global warming in Australia and in the use of climate change services. Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 21 (2): 33-37.

Beer, T., Fraser, P. J., Holper, P. N., Borgas, M. S, Torok, S. J., Bouma, W. J. (2007). Australia’s state of environment report 2006 atmosphere. In 14th IUAPPA World Congress Clean air partnerships: coming together for clean air : Brisbane 2007: conference proceedings, incorporating the 18th CASANZ Conference hosted by the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Brisbane:  IUAPPA; CASANZ., 6 p.

Holper, P. N, Nolan, M. (2007). Assessing the likely impacts of climate change on infrastructure. Greenhouse 2007: the latest science and technology, Aspendale: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research. 140.

Holper, P.N. (2007). Climate change – the impacts and opportunities. In 12th International COMS Conference: the big micro nano event. Sofitel Hotel Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria Australia, 2-5 September 2007, MANCEF, 105.

Holper, P.N. and Power, S.B. (2007) Future climate change research in Australia. Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 20 18.

Holper, P.N., Lucy, S., Nolan, M., Sense, C. and Hennessy, K.J. (2007). Infrastructure and climate change risk assessment for Victoria: consultancy report to the Victorian Government prepared by CSIRO, Maunsell AECOM and Phillips Fox, Aspendale: CSIRO, 177p.

Holper, P.N. (2007). Infrastructure and climate change risk assessment for Victoria. Citigroup Research. 19-21.

Pearce, K.B., Holper, P.N., Hopkins, M., Bouma, W.J., Whetton, P.H., Hennessy, K.J. and Power, S.B., (Eds.) (2007). Climate change in Australia: observed changes and projections, Aspendale: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 8 p.

Pearce, K.B., Holper, P.N., Hopkins, M., Bouma, W.J., Whetton, P.H., Hennessy, K.J. and Power, S.B., (Eds.) (2007). Climate change in Australia: technical report 2007, Aspendale:  CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 148 p.

Power, S. B, Plummer, N., Gipton, S., Holper, P. N. (2007). Global warming receives unprecedented attention. Greenhouse 2007: the latest science and technology, Aspendale, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, 135.

Holper, P.N. and Power, S.B. (Eds.). (2006). Australia’s climate change science priorities 2008 and beyond: Bureau of Meteorology-CSIRO workshop report, Melbourne: CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology, 12p.

Holper, P.N. (2006). Book review: The weather makers by Tim Flannery.  Australian meteorological magazine, 55 (2): 166-167.

Holper, P.N., Abbs, D.J., McInnes, K.L. and Torok, S.J. (2005). Potential impacts of climate change on the Kiama local government area: report prepared by CSIRO for Kiama Municipal Council, C/1107, Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Atmospheric Research, 12p.

Holper, P.N. (2005). [Weather: words to] Poster series. Herald Sun (Thurs., February 3): 32.

Holper, P. N., and Fuller, A. (2004). The Australian Climate Change Science Program: an overview. CSIRO CLIMATE Science Meeting: abstracts, Melbourne. [Aspendale, Vic.]: [CSIRO Atmospheric Research]. p. 6-7.

Holper, P. N., and Hopkins, A. J., editors. (2003). CSIRO contribution to the Australian Greenhouse Science Program: annual report 2002-2003 [electronic publication]. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO. v, 78 p.

Holper, P. N. (2002). Wind instruments. The Helix, (84): 7.

Manins, P. C., Beer, T., Fraser, P. J., Holper, P. N., Suppiah, R., and Walsh, K. J. E. (2002). Australia State of Environment Report 2001 Atmosphere. In: Conference proceedings: 16th International Clean Air & Environment Conference, Christchurch, N.Z. [Christchurch, N.Z.]: Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand. p. 536-541.

Holper, P. N. (2001). Ozone depletion: 2000 and beyond [WWW page] version: 2001 “Last updated 16 July, 2001” CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 1 p.

Holper, P. N. (2001). Ozone depletion: 2000 and beyond. The ANZAAS Mercury, (9): 4-5.

Holper, P. N. (2001). The greenhouse effect version: June 2001 “Last updated July 16, 2001” CSIRO Atmospheric Research.

Holper, P. N. (2001). Cloud seeding [WWW page] version: 2001 “Last updated 26 July, 2001” CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 1 p.

Holper, P. N. (2001). Cloud warnings. Ecos, (107): 3.

Holper, P. N. (2001). The ups and downs of ozone recovery. Ecos, (107): 7.

Manins, P. C., Holper, P. N., Suppiah, R., Allan, R. J., Walsh, K. J. E., Fraser, P. J., and Beer, T. (2001). Atmosphere: Australia state of the environment 2001. Collingwood, Vic.: CSIRO Publishing on behalf of the Department of the Environment and Heritage. vi, 145 p.

Pearman, G. I., and Holper, P. N. (2001). The environment and a sustainable future … notes of a presentation to teachers and staff of St Mary’s Anglican Girls’ School, Perth, 2 February 2001 [electronic publication]. Aspendale: CSIRO Atmospheric Research. 29 p.

Holper, P. N. (2000). Business manager retires. CoResearch, (383): 4.

Holper, P. N. (2000). Raining cats, dogs… and fish! Science facts for lively discussion. Junior Horizons, 6 (3): 9.

Holper, P. N. and Noonan, J. A. (2000). Urban and regional air pollution: information sheet [WWW page] version: July 2000 “Last updated 03 January, 2001” CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 1 p.

Holper, P. N., and Tindale, N. W. (2000). Grim news about our air. Geo Australasia, 22 (3): 10-11.

Holper, P. N. (1999). Greenhouse: questions and answers [WWW page] version: 27 January 1999 CSIRO Atmospheric Research. 10 p.

Holper, P. N. (1999). Greenhouse: questions and answers [WWW page] version: 27 January 1999 CSIRO Atmospheric Research. 10 p.

Holper, P. N. (1999). Looking back to next week’s forecast [WWW page] version: 1999 CSIRO Atmospheric Research. 10 p.

Holper, P. N. (1999). Taking the air. Ecos, (100): 18-20.

Holper, P. N. (1999). Transport clean air & design options for cities of the future [Electronic publication]. Building Innovation and Construction Technology, (8).

Holper, P. N. (1999). Air on the Web. In: Fifth International Conference on School and Popular Meteorological and Oceanographic Education. Education: weather, ocean, climate: preprint volume, Ballarat and Melbourne, Vic. [Melbourne, Vic.]: Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. p. 181-182.

Holper, P. N., and Torok, S. J. (1999). Wow! Amazing science facts & trivia. Sydney: ABC Books. 95 p.

Roff, G., Rogers, P., Law, R. M., and Holper, P. N. (1999). The meteorology CRC school visits program. In: Fifth International Conference on School and Popular Meteorological and Oceanographic Education. Education: weather, ocean, climate: preprint volume, Ballarat and Melbourne, Vic. [Melbourne, Vic.]: Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. p. 115-116.

Allan, R. J., and Holper, P. N. (1998). Seeking the secrets of El Niño [reprinted from Atmosphere: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research Newsletter 4 (1998) / text by P. N. Holper]. Clean Air, 32 (2): 37.

Holper, P. N. (1998). The balloon goes up! Met Talk, 3 (1): 1-2.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Under pressure. Let’s Find Out, 15 (1): 3.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Fishing for clues about El Niño. Global Issues: a Supplement to Australian Geography and Selected Teacher Association Journals, 4 (1): 1-5.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Fuelling the 21st century [electronic publication]. In: Nova: science in the news. [Canberra]: Australian Academy of Science.

Holper, P. N. (1998). La Niña: the little girl. (CSIRO Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 98/1) Aspendale: CSIRO Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Holper, P. N. (1998). El Niño: past, present and future. Australasian Science (Incorporating Search), 19 (7): 17-18.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Weather & air: activities booklet. Clayton, Vic.: Cooperative Research Centre for Southern Hemisphere Meteorology. 48 p.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Ozone efforts may affect climate change. Australasian Science (Incorporating Search), 19 (8): 17-18.

Holper, P. N. (1998). Fuel cells. Chemistry in Australia, 65 (9): 21-22.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Predicting the future for climate change. Eingana, 20 (2): 3-4.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Weathering the storm of El Nino. Canberra Times, (Sat., May 31): 6.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Earth scientists meet in Melbourne. Met Talk, 2 (3): 2.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Modelling air quality in turbulent times. CoResearch, (370): 3.

Holper, P. N. (1997). El Niño: the sign of a warmer world? The Helix, (56): 8.

Holper, P. N. (1997). CSIRO has energy for a better future. CoResearch, (372): 1.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Researching markers as well as matters. Canberra Times, (Tues., December 16): 14.

Holper, P. N. (1997). High-level research with down-to-earth applications: the Cooperative Research Centre for Southern Hemisphere Meteorology. Weather News, (317): 34-35.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Chemistry in a cube of air. Australasian Science, 18 (2): 6-8.

Holper, P. N. (1997). Will halons extinguish hopes for rapid ozone layer recovery? Australasian Science, 18 (2): 6-8.

Dangerfield, E., Pike, T., Feutrill, H., and Holper, P. N. (1996). Australian secondary science. 2. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. viii, 240 p.

Fraser, P. J., and Holper, P. N. (1996). Ozone depletion: the latest news. Celsius Journal, 24 (9): 16.

Holper, P. N. (1996). Flying kites in an open air laboratory. Climate Change Newsletter, 8 (1): 11.

Holper, P. N. (1996). [Book review] The wonders of the weather by Bob Crowder (AGPS, 1995). Australian Meteorological Magazine, 45 (1): 71.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1996). Atmosphere: newsletter of the CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research, no.1 (1996)+. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research.

Holper, P. N. (1996). The latest news on ozone depletion. Lab Talk, 40 (2): 29-30.

Holper, P. N. (1996). The CSIRO approach to air quality problems. In: Australian environmental solutions. Brisbane, Qld.: EMIAA. p. 127-128.

Holper, P. N. (1996). Communication plan . Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 17 p.

Holper, P. N. (1996). The greenhouse effect. (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 96/1) Aspendale: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 6 p.

Holper, P. N. (1996). Probing Jakarta’s hazy days. Green & Gold: Australian Innovations in Experimental Technology and Management, (4): 30-31.

Holper, P. N. (1996). A Nobel effort. Ecos, (90): 34.

Holper, P. N. (1996). Evaluation of the 1996 CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research Open Day. Aspendale: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. (CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research internal paper; 96/3). 21 p.

Dangerfield, E., Pike, T., Feutrill, H., Holper, P. N., and Lloyd, D. (1995). Australian secondary science. 1. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. vii, 216 p.

Hennessy, K. J., and Holper, P. N. (1995). Collaboration in scenario development and impact projects 1990-95. Climate Change Newsletter, 7 (4): 11.

Hennessy, K. J., Holper, P. N., and Pittock, A. B., editors. (1995). Climate change in New South Wales: major findings of a five-year research program. Chatswood, N.S.W.: N.S.W. Environment Protection Authority. 13 p.

Hennessy, K. J., Holper, P. N., and Pittock, A. B., editors. (1995). Regional impact of the greenhouse effect on New South Wales: final report. Chatswood, N.S.W.: N.S.W. Environment Protection Authority. viii, 97 p.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Carbon cycle research at the CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 95/1) Mordialloc: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Space probe into world’s cloudy issues. Geo Australasia, 17 (2): 20-21.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1995). Research report 1992-1994. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 41 p.

Holper, P. N. (1995). The danger overhead. The Courier-Mail, (September 14): 21.

Holper, P. N. (1995). New things in the air. CoResearch, (363): 8.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Inaugural Priestley Lecture. CoResearch, (363): 2.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Midnight at the Oasis. CoResearch, (364): 4.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Acid rain? Tracking acidification in Australia and Asia. Ecos, (86): 30-31.

Holper, P. N. (1995). Satellite sensor’s double take of the planet. Geo Australasia, 18 (3): 14-15.

Holper, P. N. (1995). About the drought. Trees and Natural Resources, 37 (1): 16-17.

Manins, P. C., and Holper, P. N. (1995). Air pollution. In: Australia: a leader in environmental solutions. R. Kelly, and M. O’Neill (editors). Double Bay, N.S.W.: Focus Publishing. p. 103-111.

Holper, P. N. (1994). Atmosphere: weather, climate and pollution. (Science and Our Future) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 81 p.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1994). Australia – Japan cooperation in global atmospheric change: a report prepared for MFP Australia. Mordialloc, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 12 p.

Holper, P. N. (1994). Cloud study planned for southern summer. CSIRO Space Industry News: SpIN, (58): 3.

Holper, P. N. (1994). A little ray of sunshine. Herald Sun, (Mon., August 29): 15.

Manins, P. C., and Holper, P. N. (1994). Network of air pollution modellers: Australia and New Zealand. Mordialloc: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 1 v.

Holper, P. N. (1993). Urban and regional air pollution. (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 93/1) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 4 p.

Holper, P. N. (1993). A start for START. Climate Change Newsletter, 5 (2): 5.

Holper, P. N. (1993). Modelling the atmosphere with water. Ecos, (78): 9-12.

Doull, A. H., and Holper, P. N. (1992). An audit of extremely low frequency magnetic field emissions from visual display terminals. [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 10 leaves.

Holper, P. N. (1992). Monitoring the atmosphere at the Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station. Clean Air, 26 (2): 56-62.

Holper, P. N. (1992). Acid rain etched in lifestyles. The Australian, (Friday June 5): 14.

Holper, P. N. (1992). The greenhouse effect. (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 92/1) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 4 p.

Holper, P. N. (1992). Stratospheric ozone depletion. (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet; 92/2) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 4 p.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1992). Feedback: Division of Atmospheric Research computer users newsletter, Vol.1 no.1 (1992) +. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research.

Holper, P. N. (1992). El Nino: what is it and why does it keep stealing our rain? British White Bulletin, 7 (4): 7-8.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1992). Research report 1990-1992. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 57 p.

Holper, P. N., and Bouma, W. J. (1992). Drought research. What is drought? How are scientists trying to predict drought? British White Bulletin, 7 (4): 9-10.

Etheridge, D. M., and Holper, P. N. (1991). The changing atmosphere: the greenhouse effect and ozone depletion. Farmers’ Newsletter. Large Area, (138): 8-12.

Holper, P. N. (1991). Acid rain Australia & overseas. Australian Science Mag, No.38 (1): 50-55.

Holper, P. N. (1991). The greenhouse effect: implications for Australian grain producers. Australian Grain, 1 (2): 25-27.

Holper, P. N. (1991). Atmospheric change and its effect on climate. Australian Parks & Recreation, 27 (1): 35-39.

Holper, P. N. (1991). CSIRO Climate Change Research Program Annual Meeting. Climate Change Newsletter, 3 (3): 4-5.

Holper, P. N. (1991). Stunning sunsets from volcanic dust. Southern Astronomy, 4 (5): 52-53.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1990-1995). DAR bulletin, no.11 (1990) -no.17 (1995). Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research.

Bouma, W. J., and Holper, P. N. (1990). Climate change: the effect of increased carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the global atmosphere: a bibliography of scientific publications from the CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research 1971-1989. [Aspendale, Vic.]: [CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research]. 13 p.

Bouma, W. J., and Holper, P. N. (1990). Depletion of stratospheric ozone: stratospheric ozone: observations and dynamics; ozone depleting substances in the global atmosphere: a bibliography of scientific publications from the CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research 1971-1989. [Aspendale, Vic.]: [CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research]. 8 p.

Bouma, W. J., Holper, P. N., and Francey, R. J. (1990). The global atmosphere – current status. In: Book of proceedings / International Environmental Solutions Conference, Sydney. Carlingford, N.S.W.: Conference & Exhibition Organisers Pty. Ltd.

Holper, P. N. (1990). Depletion of the ozone layer. In: Technical papers for AIRAH’s 70th anniversary year, Federal Conference, Adelaide, South Australia. [Parkville, Vic.]: [Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating]. p. Paper 1.

Holper, P. N. (1990). Booked in: what makes a good greenhouse book. The Helix, (19): 19.

Holper, P. N. (1990). Depletion of the ozone layer. Australian Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating, 44 (7): 31-34.

Holper, P. N. (1990). Agriculture in the greenhouse. Trees and Natural Resources, 32 (2): 24-27.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1990). Research report 1988-1990. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 40 p.

Holper, P. N., and Bouma, W. J. (1990). Drought research. What is drought? How are scientists trying to predict drought? (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Holper, P. N., and Bouma, W. J. (1990). The greenhouse effect: the basics. Australian Science Mag, 35 (2): 26-31.

Bouma, W. J., and Holper, P. N. (1989). Greenhouse gases. Which gases contribute to global warming? How and why are they increasing? (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Holper, P. N., (editor). (1989). Research report 1985-1988. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 107 p.

Holper, P. N., and Bouma, W. J. (1989). The greenhouse effect. What is the greenhouse effect? What changes may it cause? (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Holper, P. N., and Bouma, W. J. (1989). The ozone layer. What is the ozone layer? How is it being destroyed? (Division of Atmospheric Research Information Sheet) [Aspendale, Vic.]: CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Research. 2 p.

Alexander, R.D. and P.N. Holper (1980) Kinetics of substitution on chloro-1,1,7,7-tetraethyldiethylenetriamine gold(III) in methanol-water mixtures. Transition Metal Chemistry, 5, 108-110.

Alexander, R.D. and P.N. Holper (1978) Temperature and pressure dependence of nitro-nitrito equilibria in the complexes Ni(N,N’-diethylethylenediamine)2(ONO)2 and Ni(N,N-dimethylethylenediamine)2(ONO)2. Inorg. Nucl. Chem. Lett., 14(8/9) 309-314.

Alexander, R.D., W.A. Fall and P.N. Holper (1980) Volumes of activation for the reaction of 1-chloro-2,4-dinitrobenzene and 2-chloro-1,3,5-trinitrobenzene with piperidine in aqueous

 

By Simon Torok

Torok, S.J., Holper, P.N. et al (2016) Tracking Antarctica: An update on the state of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. WWF, Melbourne.

Cli-Fi: cautionary tales to prompt action. Science Book a Day, 22 December 2015.

Explainer: ocean acidification, ECOS, June2015

Gifts of the GAB: Five not-so-fishy facts about the Great Australian Bight, CSIRO News, 6 June 2015

Here are five questions about tropical cyclones that you need answered, CSIRO News, 20 Feb 2015

Going with the throughflow, CSIRO News, 23 June 2014 (http://csironewsblog.com/2014/06/23/going-with-the-throughflow/)

Four mysteries of the Indian Ocean, ECOS, June 2014 (http://www.ecosmagazine.com/?paper=EC14117)

Picturing Climate Change. Feature, Artlink magazine, Vol 25 no. 4, December 2005. https://www.artlink.com.au/articles/2224/picturing-climate-change/

Conjuring and killing off planet mysteries. Torok, S. and Holper, P. Feature article, The Canberra Times, 1 November 2004.

Fighting the big meltdown. Torok, S. and Porteous, J. Feature article, The Canberra Times, 30 August 2004.

Global climate change and Norfolk. Torok, S., Watkinson, A. and Minns, A. Home Climate Gardens calendar 2004, published by Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research and Norwich Gallery.

Methane levels out. News article, ECOS magazine, Jan-Mar 2004 p. 7.

Ozone hole hope. News article, ECOS magazine, Jan-Mar 2004 p. 7.

Better predictions from WAs climate initiative. News article, ECOS magazine, Jan-Mar 2004 p. 7.

Wind Forecasting Makes Winning Americas Cup A Breeze. Ship2Shore, April 2003.

Torok, S. and Watkinson, A. (2002). Global climate change and Norfolk. Feature article, Norfolk Coast Guardian, Summer 2002, p.7
Signs and portents. Feature article, Kew magazine, Spring 2002 pp12-15.

Davies, P., Moorcroft, H. and Torok, S. (2002). Tideline: Photographs of the Norfolk Coast by Peter Davies. Text by Hilary Moorcroft and Simon Torok. University of Central Lancashire, 32pp.

The scientific evidence for human-induced climate change. SciDev.Net Dossier Feature article, 2001.

How real is the threat of sea-level rise? Sci Dev Dossier Feature article, 2001.

Global warming: are humans really changing the Earth’s climate? Outstanding, November 2001.

Twentieth Century Climate Change. BBC Weather Centre feature, June 2001.

Morning Glory. Feature article, New Scientist, 20/1/01

Reach For The Sky. Feature article, New Scientist, 23/9/00

Athletes blown away by Olympic stadium. Feature, Canberra Times, 31/8/00.

High-tech sports. Feature article, National Geographic World, August 2000.

Tree Trade. Newswire article, New Scientist, 19/6/00.

Flat-white futures: genetic decaf. Feature, Canberra Times, 18/3/99.

The Science of life By S. Anthony Barnett, Book Review, Canberra Times, 4/3/99.

Howard Florey: Maker of the Miracle Mould. Feature, The Lab, 24/9/98. http://www.abc.net.au/science/slab/florey/story.htm

Inspired by first space harvest. Feature, Canberra Times, 19/2/98.

Great weather for a climate. Feature, Canberra Times, 12/2/98.

Digging for Broken Hill’s future. Feature, Canberra Times, 30/10/1997.

Beasts thrive on area’s mystical waters. Feature, Canberra Times, 23/10/1997.

Extinct, and in a suburb near you. Feature, Canberra Times, 16/10/1997.

High Fliers. The Helix, October/November 1997.

Human body tops efficiency stakes. Feature, Canberra Times, 25/9/1997.

Green energy makes good sense. Feature, Canberra Times, 11/9/1997.

Cleaning coal’s black name. Feature, Canberra Times, 4/9/1997.

Just another face in the clouds. The Helix, August/September 1997.

Giving athletes a helping hand. Feature, Canberra Times, 19/6/1997.

Cola Clouds: An introduction to cloud science. The Helix, June/July 1997.

Gaining an edge through science. Feature, Canberra Times, 12/6/1997.

Weather & Climate: What’s the difference? The Helix, April/May 1997.

Picking the plug-hole spin. Feature, Canberra Times, 18/3/1997.

New current to drive recycling. Feature, Canberra Times, 27/2/1997.

A healthy drink of Canberra water. Feature, Canberra Times, 20/2/1997.

The forecast is for safer summers. Feature, Canberra Times, 13/2/1997.

Under Pressure. The Helix, February/March 1997.

Blue-green algae – what can we do? Rural Research, 173, Summer 1996/97.

Which way down the plug hole? The Helix, December 1996/January 1997.

Acid from the Soil. Questacon Magazine, Vol. 6 no. 1, Summer 1996.

The Big Blue. Australasian Science, Summer 1996.

Climate for Art’s sake. Questacon Magazine, Vol. 6 no. 1, Summer 1996.

End of the bue-green blues? Search, 27 (8), 240-242.

Tornadoes, willy-willies and fish. The Helix, October/November 1996.

Acid, acid, go away…Australasian Science, Spring 1996.

Kitchen El Nino. The Helix, August/September 1996.

Blowing in the wind. The Helix, June/July 1996.

Measuring rainfall. The Helix, April/May 1996.

Living with climate variability. Australasian Science, Autumn 1996.

Coffee Break. Australasian Science, Autumn 1996.

A Hair Hygrometer. The Helix, February/March 1996.

What a tangled web we weave. Australasian Science, Summer 1995.

What’s the temperature? The Helix, December 1995/January 1996.

The next generation of scientists speak out, Search, October 1994.

Artificial snow-business. Questacon Magazine, Spring 1995.

Global link an armchair campaigner. Article, The Weekend Australian 21/10/1995.

Data Capture from the office. GIS User, October-November 1995.

Spysats come on to the market. Article, The Weekend Australian 26/8/1995.

Scientists take heat out of changes in climate. Article, The Weekend Australian 15/7/1995.

Reading El Nino: A brighter outlook. Feature, Canberra Times 3/6/1995.

A taxing debate on carbon tax. The environmental Economics Journal, June 1995.

Fears over growth of snow sheet. Article, The Weekend Australian 20/5/1995.

Universal facts elude stellar theorists. Article, The Australian 10/5/1995.

Insults inflame Net users. Article, The Australian 10/5/1995.

Terror from the skies. Feature, Canberra Times 22/4/1995.

Scientific publications

By Simon Torok

(Peer-reviewed)

Harris, C., Torok, S., and Clement, K. (2010) “Disaster coverage”, in Hornig Priest, S. Ed. Encyclopedia of science and technology communication, pg 227-232, Sage Publications, California. ISBN 978-1-4129-5920-9.

Hassol, S. J., Torok, S. J., Lewis, S and Luganda, P. (2016). (Un)Natural Disasters: Communicating Linkages Between Extreme Events and Climate Change. World Meteorlogical Organization Bulletin, Vol 65 (2), pp. 2-9.

Nicholls, N., Lavery, B., Frederiksen, C., Drosdowsky, W. and Torok, S. 1996. Recent apparent changes in relationships between the El Niño-southern oscillation and Australian rainfall and temperature Geophys. Res. Let. 23, 3357-3360.

T.C. Peterson, D.R. Easterling, T.R. Karl, P.Groisman, N. Nicholls, N. Plummer, S. Torok, I. Auer, R. Boehm, D. Gullet, L. Vincent, R. Heino, H. Tuomenvirta, O. Mestre, T. Szentimrey, J. Salinger, E. J. Førland, I. Hanssen-Bauer, H. Alexandersson, P. Jones And D. Parker 1998. Homogeneity Adjustments of In Situ Climate Data: A Review. International Journal of Climatology, 18, 1493-1517.

Plummer, N., Zhenjie Lin and S. Torok, 1994. Trends in the diurnal temperature range over Australia since 1951. Atmospheric Research, 37, 79-86.

Power, S., Tseitkin, F., Torok, S., Lavery, B., Dahni, R. and McAvaney, B. 1998. Australian temperature, Australian rainfall and the Southern Oscillation, 1910-1992: Coherent variability and recent changes. Australian Meteorological Magazine 47, 85-101

Power, S.B., Tseitkin, F., Mehta, V., Lavery, B., Torok, S. and Holbrook, N. 1999. Decadal climate variability in Australia during the 20th century. International Journal of Climatology 19, 169-184.

Salinger, M.J., R. Allan, N. Bindoff, J. Hannah, B. Lavery, Z. Lin, J. Lindesay, N.Nicholls, N. Plummer and S. Torok, 1996. Observed variability and change in climate and sea-level in Oceania. In: Greenhouse: Coping with Climate Change (editors W. Bouma, G. Pearman and M. Manning), CSIRO 1996, 100-126.

Torok, S.J., C.J. Morris, C.Skinner and N.Plummer, 2001. Urban heat island features of southeast Australian towns. Aust. Met. Mag. 50,1-13

Torok, S. and Nicholls, N., 1996. An historical temperature record for Australia. Aust. Met. Mag. 45, 251-260.

Simon Torok (2002). “The world’s changing climate”, Focus Feature, in Hutchinson Encyclopedia, Twelfth edition, pp396-397.

Waschka, M. and Torok, S. (2013). “Communication of information for adaptation”, in Climate Adaptation Futures (eds J. Palutikof, S. L. Boulter, A. J. Ash, M. S. Smith, M. Parry, M. Waschka and D. Guitart), pg 143 – 160, John Wiley & Sons, Oxford. doi: 10.1002/9781118529577.ch14

Other scientific publications

Torok, S., Leitch, A., and Ashworth, P. (2012). Communicating climate change in the 2010s: the journey and ‘are we there yet?’. Planet Under Pressure, London, 26 – 27 March 2012.

Torok, S., 2011. Earth on the Edge: Science for a Sustainable Planet. Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

Torok, S., 2009. Climate Change. Chemistry in Australia, v76 n6 (July 2009): 32

Torok, S., 2008. Climate change: Observations, projections and responses. The Voice of Pensioners and Superannuants of NSW, June 2008.

Torok, S., 2008. Climate change: Observations, projections and responses. Heritage and the Land Forum, April 2008.

Torok, S., 2007. Tropical Deforestation Accounts for 20 Per Cent of Global Carbon Emissions. Australian Forest Grower, v30 n2 (Winter 2007): 10

Torok, S., 2007. Understanding the regional impacts of climate change. 23rd Australian Turfgrass Conference Proceedings, pp 8-13.

Torok, S. 2007. Climate change in South Australia. The Voice, Multicultural Communities Council of SA, p.2.

Beer T, Borgas M, Bouma W, Fraser P, Holper P and Torok S 2006, Atmosphere, theme commentary prepared for the 2006 Australian State of the Environment Committee, Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra.

Beer, T., Fraser, P. J., Holper, P. N., Borgas, M. S., Torok, S. J., and Bouma, W. J. (2007). Australia’s state of environment report 2006 atmosphere. 14th IUAPPA World Congress Clean air partnerships: coming together for clean air. Brisbane 2007 conference proceedings, incorporating the 18th CASANZ Conference hosted by the Clean Air Society of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Brisbane: IUAPPA; CASANZ. 6 p.

Pearce, K. B., Macadam, I., and Torok, S. J. (2007). Report on GREENHOUSE 2007 Sydney, 2nd-5th October. Bulletin of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, 20 (6): 137-138.

Plummer, N., Coughlan, M., Jones, D. A., Power, S., Tennant, S. E., Torok, S. J., and Voice, M. (2006). Communicating on climate change. In: Climate change research in the Bureau of Meteorology : abstracts of presentations at a workshop held on 10 February 2006, Melbourne, Vic., S. B. Power, and K. B. Pearce (editors) (BMRC Research Report, no. 125) . Melbourne, Vic.: Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre. 81-82 .

Holper, P. N., Abbs, D. J., McInnes, K. L., and Torok, S. J. (2005). Potential impacts of climate change on the Kiama local government area / report prepared by CSIRO for Kiama Municipal CouncilC/1107. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO Atmospheric Research. iii, 12 p.

Plummer, N., Coughlan, M., Jones, D. A., Power, S., Tennant, S. E., Torok, S. J., and Voice, M. (2005). Communicating on climate change. Greenhouse 2005: action on climate change: conference handbook, Melbourne. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO. p. 168.

Voice, M., Glantz, M., Plummer, N., Simmonds, I., and Torok, S. J. (2005). Evolving needs for education on climate change. Greenhouse 2005: action on climate change: conference handbook, Melbourne. Aspendale, Vic.: CSIRO. p. 172.

Simon Torok and Penny Whetton, 2005. Climate change and buildings: a two-way street. Environment Design Guide, Mat 2005, pp 1-2.

Adger, N., Huq, S. and Torok, S. (eds) (2002). Adaptation to Climate Change: Setting the Agenda for Development Policy and Research. Tyndall Centre Symposium Synopsis 2.

Berkhout, F. and Torok, S. (2001). Insurance and climate change: can business adapt? Global Reinsurance, 2001.

Dockerty, T. and Torok, S. (eds) (2001). Sustainable approaches to climate change. Tyndall Centre Symposium Synopsis 1.

Hulme, M. and S. Torok, 2001. New Tyndall Centre to encourage integrated climate research. Ocean Challenge, vol 10, no. 3.

Lavery, B., A. Kariko, N. Nicholls, and S. Torok, 1993. A High Quality Historical Rainfall Data Set for Australia. Preprints, 8th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentation. Anaheim, California, 17-22 January 1993.

Nicholls, N., Lavery, B. and Torok, S. 1996. Australian 20th century climate variations from high-quality instrumental data. Climate trends in Oceania: Symposium on climate trends in Oceania since 1500. NIWA, Auckland, New Zealand, April 1996.

Plummer, N., Trewin, B.C., Hicks, R., Nicholls, N, Torok, S.J., Lavery, B.M. and Leighton, R.M., 1997. Australian data for documenting changes in climate extremes. CLIVAR/GCOS/WMO Workshop on indices and indicators for climate extremes, Asheville, NC, 3-7 June 1997.

Plummer, N., Zhenjie Lin and S. Torok, 1994. Recent changes in the diurnal temperature range. Climate Change Newsletter, Vol.6 #1.

Plummer, N., Zhenjie Lin. and S. Torok, 1994. Recent changes in the diurnal temperature range over Australia. Asymetric Change of Daily Temperature Range – Proceedings of the International Minimax workshop, September 27-30 1993, Maryland, U.S.A.

Pollack, H. N., Huang, S., and Simon Torok, Recent climate history in Australia inferred from borehole temperatures, with comparisons to the meteorologic record. 4th International Workshop on Heat Flow and the Structure of the Lithosphere, June 9-15, 1996, Trest Castle, Czech Republic.

Power, S., Mehta, V., Tseitkin, F, Torok, S., Lavery, B., and Dahni, R. 1996. Decadal variability in Australian temperature, precipitation and river flow during the 20th century. JCESS/CLIVAR workshop on decadal climate variability. Columbia, MD, April 1996.

Power, S., Tseitkin, F., Mehta, V., Lavery, B., Torok, S., and Holbrook, N. 1998. Decadal variability in Australia during the 20th century. Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre Research Report No. 67. April 1998, 33 pp.

Power, S., F. Tseitkin, V. Mehta, B. Lavery, S. Torok and N. Holbrook, 1997. Decadal climate variability in Australia during the 20th century. IAMAS – IAPSO International Conference, World Congress Centre, Melbourne, 1-9 July, 1997.

Power, S., Tseitkin, F., Mehta, V., Torok, S., Lavery, B., Holbrook, N. 1997. Decadal variability in Australian temperature, rainfall and river flow, 1910-1992. Fifth International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, Pretoria (South Africa), 7-11 Apr 1997.

Salinger, M.J., R. Allan, N. Bindoff, J. Hannah, B. Lavery, Z. Lin, J. Lindesay, N.Nicholls, N. Plummer and S. Torok, 1994. Observed variability and change in climate and sea-level in Oceania. Greenhouse 94 proceedings, 9-14 October 1994,Wellington, New Zealand.

Torok, S. (2003). Seasonal Climate Predictions. Feature article, Crop Science Society Newsletter, July 2003, pp.9-11

Torok, S., 2001. Climate of ideas. HERO (Higher Education and Research Opportunities in the UK)

Torok, S., 2001. A climate of choice? Feature article, NERC News, Spring 2001.

Torok, S., 2001 Communicating climate change. Trends in Science Communication today: bridging the gap between Theory and Practice. The Sixth International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology. Geneva, Switzerland. February 2001.

Torok, S. 1996. The development of a high quality historical temperature data base for Australia. The University of Melbourne, Ph.D. Thesis, 300 pp + appendices.

Torok, S., 1995. Trends in Australian temperature. Contribution to the Commonwealth State of the environment report, 1995.

Torok, S. 1994. Do sheep weather alerts mean that it will rain sheep? An account of severe weather events in Australia. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc., Vol.7 #4,pp.72-75.

Torok, S., 1994. Greenhouse 94. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 7 p. 104.

Torok, S., 1993. 4th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 6 p. 48.

Torok, S. 1993. Observations on Temperature (…and Observers). Climate Change Newsletter Vol.5 #4.

Torok, S., Corbit, C. and Kolhagen, S. 1996 Virtual Reality in science communication on the WWW. SCICOMM 96, The Fourth International Conference on the Public Communication of Science and Technology. Melbourne, Australia. November, 1996.

Torok, S. and B. Coutts, 1992. Maximum and Minimum Temperatures: Same Coin, Different Sides. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc., Vol.5 #4, pp.62-65.

Torok, S., B. Lavery, N. Plummer, A. Kariko and N. Nicholls, 1993. Refining Australia’s Historical Climate Record. 4th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, 29th March – 2nd April, 1993, Hobart, Australia.

Torok, S., Lavery, B. and Trewin, B, 1995. Trends in New South Wales temperature and rainfall. Contribution to NSW EPA State of the environment report, 1995.

Torok, S., B. Lavery and N. Nicholls, 1992. Twentieth Century Victorian Climate Change From High Quality Historical Climate Stations. Part One : Rainfall. Submission to the State Electricity Commission of Victoria, 138pp.

Torok, S. and N. Nicholls, 1994. Greenhouse 94 proceedings, 9-14 October 1994, Wellington, New Zealand.

Torok, S. and N. Nicholls, 1994. A method to adjust for discontinuities in observational data. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society National Conference. 13-16 February, Adelaide, Australia.

Torok, S., and N. Nicholls, 1993. Inhomogeneities in the Australian Instrumental Temperature Record. Preprints, 8th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentation. 17-22 January, Anaheim, California, U.S.A., 1993.

Torok, S., and N. Nicholls, 1993. Twentieth Century Victorian Climate Change From High Quality Historical Climate Stations. Part Two : Temperature. Submission to State Electricity Commission of Victoria, 125pp.

Torok, S. and Plummer, N., 1992. Australian Meteorological History Forum. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 5 p. 93.

Torok, S., Plummer, N. and Lin, Z., 1993. Minimax Workshop, Washington USA. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 6 p. 113.

Torok, S., K. Skemp, J. Mwabora and M. Keyte, 1993. Coupled Climate System Modelling : A Southern Hemisphere Perspective. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 6 #2, pp. 32-34.

Watkins, A. and Torok, S., 1994. Were you dreaming of a white Christmas? Sumer snowfall events in Australia. Bull. Aust. Met. and Ocean. Soc. Vol. 7 p. 14.

Zhenjie, Lin, N. Plummer and S. Torok, 1993. Reconstructing a Temperature Time Series for a Station in South Eastern Australia. 4th International Conference onSouthern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography, 29th March – 2nd April 1993, Hobart, Australia.

Zhenjie, Lin, N. Plummer and S. Torok, 1993. Trends in Maximum and Minimum Temperatures over Australia since 1950. Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, 27th – 30th September, 1993, Monash University, Melbourne,Australia.