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Martin Dix1, Peter Vohralik2, Daohua Bi1, Harun Rashid1, Simon Marsland1, Siobhan O’Farrell1, Petteri Uotila1, Tony Hirst1, Eva Kowalczyk1, Arnold Sullivan1, Hailin Yan1, Charmaine Franklin1, Zhian Sun3, Ian Watterson1, Mark Collier1, Julie Noonan1, Leon Rotstayn1, Lauren Stevens1, Peter Uhe1 and Kamal Puri3 1Centre for Australian Weather and Climate(More)
Daohua Bi1, Martin Dix1, Simon J. Marsland1, Siobhan O’Farrell1, Harun A. Rashid1, Petteri Uotila1, Anthony C. Hirst1, Eva Kowalczyk1, Maciej Golebiewski5, Arnold Sullivan1, Hailin Yan1, Nicholas Hannah1, Charmaine Franklin1, Zhian Sun2, Peter Vohralik3, Ian Watterson1, Xiaobing Zhou2, Russell Fiedler4, Mark Collier1, Yimin Ma2, Julie Noonan1, Lauren(More)
One of the key performance measures for Coupled General Circulation Models (CGCMs) is their ability to realistically simulate the prominent modes of climate variability. Here, we investigate the realism of El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO), the dominant mode of observed interannual climate variability, as simulated by the Australian Community Climate and(More)
Daohua Bi1, Simon J. Marsland1, Petteri Uotila1, Siobhan O’Farrell1, Russell Fiedler2, Arnold Sullivan1, Stephen M. Griffies3, Xiaobing Zhou4, and Anthony C. Hirst1 1 CAWCR/CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Aspendale, Australia 2 CAWCR/CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart, Australia 3 NOAA/Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton, NJ,(More)
The Australian Community Climate and Earth System Simulator (ACCESS) has been developed at the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research. It is a coupled modeling system consisting of ocean, atmosphere and land surface. The ACCESS atmospheric component is the UK Met Office Unified Model (UM). The initial results from the ACCESS coupled model had(More)
CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology advise that the information contained in this publication comprises general statements based on scientific research. The reader is advised and needs to be aware that such information may be incomplete or unable to be used in any specific situation. No reliance or actions must therefore be made on that information without(More)
During year-to-year El Niño events in recent decades, major sea surface warming has occurred frequently in the central Pacific. This is distinct from the eastern Pacific warming pattern during canonical El Niño events. Accordingly, the central-Pacific El Niño exerts distinct impacts on ecosystems, climate and hurricanes worldwide. The increased frequency of(More)
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