Scientell was proud to be the media supporter for the 2016 conference hosted jointly by the Australian Meteorological & Oceanography Society and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science (http://www.amos.org.au/ac2016).
Media Advisory: National Conference 2016
8-11 February 2016, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
1 February 2016
Around 300 scientists from Australia and overseas will gather in Melbourne next week to present the latest findings in meteorology, oceanography and climate science.
Topics include climate change; climate variability; ocean science; extreme weather events; influence of Pacific and Indian Ocean changes on climate; polar changes; extreme weather; urban climate; and communication and education.
- Detecting changes in the ocean’s salinity due to greenhouse emissions
- The 4-fold increase in annual marine heatwave days, which has devastated ecosystems
- Identifying the commencement of retreat of Antarctic ice
- Linking the 16 hottest years on record globally to human-caused climate change
- 2011 to 2015: the world’s hottest five-year period on record
- How Arctic sea-ice loss affects Australian climate
- The scientific case for confirming that human activity has pushed the Earth into a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene
- Geoengineering as a solution to climate change, and its likely impacts
- The impact of climate change on extreme fire danger
- Cooling cities to save lives
Sponsors: Bureau of Meteorology, CSIRO, National Computational Infrastructure, Melbourne Energy Institute
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