State of the Climate
The State of the Climate reports are produced by CSIRO and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. They provide a summary of observations of Australia’s climate and analysis of the factors that influence it for 2010, 2012 and 2014.
State of the Climate
Australia’s two lead climate science agencies – the CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology - have produced a snapshot of the state of the climate to update Australians about how their climate has changed and what it means.
Dr Helen Cleugh: Deputy Chief, leading climate and atmospheric research
Dr Helen Cleugh is Deputy Chief of CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, delivering world-class research on significant national and international challenges in observing, understanding, and predicting our atmospheric, climate, and marine systems and their interactions with human activities.
Use this form to register your attendance at the 2014 OzFlux conference and meeting.
Pilbara marine health check - good and bad news
A health and wellbeing check up of World Heritage-listed reef ecosystems in the Pilbara region of Western Australia will provide a critical baseline of marine conditions to government, industry and researchers.
Pilbara Marine Conservation Partnership
CSIRO researchers are delivering an holistic assessment of marine biodiversity in the Pilbara region to inform future use management of this globally significant area.
TAPM - technical details
The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) is a user-friendly model for the prediction of air quality, with a strong scientific basis with verified performance. This page provides technical information.
TAPM - licensing information
The Air Pollution Model (TAPM) is a user-friendly model for the prediction of air quality, with a strong scientific basis with verified performance. This page provides licensing and purchasing options.
Water Availability in a Changing Climate
The Water for a Healthy Country Flagship is investigating how a changing climate and land use is impacting on Australia's future water security and developing scientific tools and knowledge to help water managers plan accordingly.
Bio robots make a splash in the Indian Ocean
Robotic floats armed with revolutionary new sensors will be launched in the Indian Ocean, as part of a new India-Australia research partnership to find out what makes the world's third largest ocean tick – and how both nations can benefit from it.