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Climate Group

Climate Research

Climate Research

The climatology group has broad interest inland/atmosphere interactions, boundary layer climatology, micrometeorology, urban climatology and air pollution studies, climatological modelling studies environmental GIS/remote sensing and global and regional environmental change. The group has interests in the Australian tropics, savanna, arid zones, urban, Southeast Asia and the Arctic. A major focus is on Land-Ecosystem-Atmosphere Processes and Interactions.

Monash Land-Ecosystem-Atmosphere Processes and Interactions

The following links are related to current and forthcoming research projects.

Arctic Transitions in the Land Atmosphere System

Central Australian Fronts Expedition

Cities as Water Supply Catchments

The Gulf Lines EXperiment (GLEX)

Maritime Continent Thunderstorm Experiment

Monash Weather Station

Patterns and processes of carbon and water budgets across northern Australian landscapes

The Savanna Fire Experiment (SAFE)

Thermal Benefits of Street Trees

Sustainable Futures of Australian Temperate Forests: Carbon and water cycling

Suominet network - GPS based water vapour measurements

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Urban Climate Research

Research aircraft