- PhD student Catherine Wheller presents on Scope
- PhD opportunities in speleothem palaeoclimate studies
- Dr Robyn Schofield elected to International Ozone Commission
- Hidden stories in Madagascar
- Professor Mike Sanford named Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor
- Earth Sciences academic appointed Science Editor for Geology
- The not-so-plain Nullarbor
Today it’s one of the driest spots in Australia, but just a few million years ago the Nullarbor was flush with trees and plants and had four times as much rain
- Great Barrier Reef bleaching would be almost impossible without climate change
- PhD student goes from Madagascar to FameLab
PhD student Catherine Wheller, from the School of Earth Sciences, presented her research in a fun and fast format during the 2016 FameLab semi-finals in Melbourne.
- A long climatic affair
The first extensive retrospective of our climate history has traced the human fingerprint on record-breaking hot temperatures as far back as the 1930s
- Whatever happened to the ozone hole?
Lessons in timely action to avert global disaster
- The hole in the ozone
The environmental issue we managed to fix* and why we still need to be sunsmart
- The science behind these big monsters
We’ve all seen footage of tropical cyclones. But this is how they form and why climate change is reducing their number – but increasing their power
- Cities for climate change
Citizens often want greener policies, but why don’t cities listen?
- Three ways to save stressed-out coral
What if coral could be made more resistant to the effects of climate change?
- The human fingerprint on a record hot year
Global temperature records are being toppled and it’s mostly our fault
- Big white clouds are light and fluffy right? Wrong!
We lift the fog on cloud dynamics
- Learning to learn from bushfires
Finger pointing, blame and scapegoating is not the answer. Looking forward and understanding the risks is the right way.
- What is tree bark?
It's strong, thick and protective – but why is bark brown instead of green?