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Observations: Oceanic Climate Change and Sea Level
The oceans are warming. Over the period 1961 to 2003, global ocean temperature has risen by 0.10°C from the surface to a depth of 700 m. Consistent with the Third Assessment Report (TAR), globalExpand
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Detection and attribution of climate change: from global to regional
This chapter assesses the causes of observed changes assessed in Chapters 2 to 5 and uses understanding of physical processes, climate models and statistical approaches. The chapter adopts theExpand
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On the circulation and water masses over the Antarctic continental slope and rise between 80 and 150°E
Abstract The circulation and water masses in the region between 80 and 150°E and from the Antarctic continental shelf to the Southern Boundary of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC) (∼62°S) areExpand
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Decadal Changes along an Indian Ocean Section at 32°S and Their Interpretation
In the Indian Ocean subtropical gyre, historical temperature, salinity, and oxygen data with a median date of 1962 are compared with a hydrographic section taken at a mean latitude of 32°S inExpand
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Climate Futures for Tasmania: General climate impacts Technical Report
The Climate Futures project details the general impacts of climate change in Tasmania over the 21st century, with a description of past and present climate and projections for the future. It alsoExpand
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The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the World on the Latest Climate Science
The Copenhagen Diagnosis is a summary of the global warming peer reviewed science since 2007. Produced by a team of 26 scientists led by the University of New South Wales Climate Research Centre, theExpand
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Climate projections for ecologists
Climate projections are essential for studying ecological responses to climate change, and their use is now common in ecology. However, the lack of integration between ecology and climate science hasExpand
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Freshening of the Adélie Land Bottom Water near 140°E
[1] Repeat summer hydrographic observations along 140°E are used to document significant changes in the properties of the Adelie Land Bottom Water (ALBW) between the mid-1990s and 2002–2003. Water onExpand
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Impacts of climate change on the subduction of mode and intermediate water masses in the Southern Ocean.
Abstract Changes in the temperature, salinity, and subduction of Subantarctic Mode Water (SAMW) and Antarctic Intermediate Water (AAIW) between the 1950s and 2090s are diagnosed using the CSIRO MarkExpand
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Climate Futures for Tasmania: Climate Modelling Technical Report
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