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Smart sensors to help Darwin residents manage smoke and heat
We’re working with the City of Darwin to improve the air pollution data collected by smart sensors.
Volunteers forecast STEM success
This National Volunteer Week, we're celebrating the wonderful work of our network of teachers and science, technology, engineering and maths volunteers.
Air quality: how we’re minimising smoke impact
As bushfires continue around the country many of us are experiencing poor air quality. Our forecasting technology is helping minimise exposure to smoke.
Six reasons you should care about El Niño
You’ve probably heard of El Niño, but do you know what it is? Or more importantly, why you should care?
Eddy currents: enter the whirlpool
What do the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race and the Australian freshwater eel have in common?
World greenhouse gas levels made unprecedented leap in 2016
Global greenhouse gas levels have hit their highest point in at least 3 million years, according to new figures from the World Meteorological Organisation.
Bushfire basics: what you need to know
What are the key factors in how a bushfire behaves? And what can we do to influence them, and mitigate our chance of harm?
Australia’s Next Top climate models
A look at how we use climate models to consider plausible future scenarios and project what Australia’s climate may look like decades – or even hundreds of years – in the future.
Projections show Australia heading for warmer future
Australia is on track for up to 1.7C of warming this century IF the world curbs its greenhouse emissions. Working with BOM, we've released the most comprehensive climate change projections to date.
The time has come: a continent-wide system for monitoring for our biodiversity
Here in Australia we have a wide range of fantastic continental scale systems for monitoring elements of our environment, from […]
Did you miss the ABC’s Catalyst program on Southern Surveyor last night? Don’t worry you can watch it here!
Last night on ABC1, Catalyst aired a retrospective on Australia’s Marine National Facility and the current research vessel Southern Surveyor, and […]