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  • Hal Gordon, Siobhan O’Farrell, +6 authors Siobhan OFarrell
  • 2010
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There are two versions of global coupled climate models developed at the Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research (CAWCR) participating in phase 5 of the Coupled Model Inter-comparison Project (CMIP5), namely ACCESS1.0 and AC-CESS1.3. This paper describes the CMIP5 experimental configuration of the ACCESS models and the climate forcings for the(More)
[1] There is ample evidence that anthropogenic aerosols have important effects on climate in the Northern Hemisphere but little such evidence in the Southern Hemisphere. Observations of Australian rainfall and cloudiness since 1950 show increases over much of the continent. We show that including anthropogenic aerosol changes in 20th century simulations of(More)
Claims are often made that the electronystagmographic recording of induced nystagmic responses either with eye closure or in darkness enhances the sensitivity of the test. While this may be true of certain parameters it is not true of all and may in fact lead to a reduction in the diagnostic information obtainable with optic fixation upon a target.