Greenhouse2011 Pt 1…comments?

A few presentations for comment…

This is a ‘climate change’ conference supported by CSIRO and Queensland Government in Cairns at the end of April 2011.

Integrated science for our carbon future

Megan Clark

Climate observations as a basis for climate science

Greg Ayers

The carbon cycle: budgets, trends, and lessons from southern hemisphere measurements

Sara Mikaloff Fletcher

Observing climate variability and change in the global oceans: The Argo Program

Dean Roemmich

Climate change and Australia’s coast: integrated science for adaptation

Jo Mummery

Sea-level rise and the Earth’s warming

John Church

Climate change & ecosystems

Lynda Chambers, Elvira Poloczanska and Lesley Hughes

Communicating climate risk: choices, chances and chocolate wheels

Peter Hayman

Some uncertainty issues in mathematical models of the environment and climate change

Jerzy Filar

Quantifying and communicating climate change uncertainties

Kevin Hennessy

National Wind Risk Assessment (NWRA): quantifying wind hazard and risk under current and future climate (Australian region)

Hamish Anderson

Stepping out with climate change

Roger Jones

Dealing with uncertainties in climate projection

Matthew Collins

Inter-comparison of multi-regional results of five approaches for forming probabilistic climate change projections

Aurel Moise

Bayesian spatial hierarchical modelling of maximum temperature

Indriati Bisono

Towards a better understanding of the Southern Ocean overturning circulation

Stephen Rintoul

Pathways and impacts of Southern Ocean currents on Antarctic ice sheet melting in response to global warming

Nathan Bindoff

Antarctic sea ice thickness from airborne laser altimetry

Anthony Worby

Climate change in Queensland: setting the scene

David Robinson

The climate science information base for Queensland

Ken Day

Understanding climate variability in Queensland

Ken Day

Learning from Queensland climate extremes

Jeff Sabburg

Biosphere carbon science in Queensland: opportunities for collaboration

Christine Williams

Coastal hazards – urban planning policy options

Sel Sultman

Climate change, emergency management and community resilience

Alison Godber

OzFlux: the Australian flux and ecosystem research network

Helen Cleugh

Still listening: golden moments to really talk with decision makers about climate change

Scott Losee

Presentation

Emotional responses to climate change: a missing link to behaviour?

Iain Walker

On the disconnect between climate science and climate change: why aren’t the insights and recommendations being implemented?

Anthony Kiem

Australia’s peanut industry’s transformation to adapt to future climates

Peter Thorburn

Modelling impacts of climate change on Australia’s forests and forestry

Matthew Miller

Attribution of earlier winegrape ripening in the southern hemisphere: analysis of vintage records

Leanne Webb

Will climate change negate better farm management for improving water quality in northern Australia?

Peter Thorburn

Relationship between El Nino-Southern Oscillation and incidence of malaria in the Solomon Islands

Yahya Abawi

Future tropospheric ozone and health impacts under a changing climate

Sarunya Sujaritpong

Coupling regional climate models and hydrological models to produce fine-scale runoff projections

Michael Grose

A multi-model comparison of daily precipitation projections using different downscaling techniques and their impact on modelled groundwater recharge

Stephen Charles

Present and projected impact of climate change on water resources in Ukraine: assessment and adaptation measures

Viacheslav Manukalo

Factors affecting the cost effectiveness of renewable energy in desalination plants in Australia

Don Gunasekera

Climate impacts on the water balance of rainforests in northern Queensland, Australia

Jim Wallace

National greenhouse gas emission management system for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Abu Khondaker

Beyond the core: environmental decision-making for climate change among peripheral communities in Pacific Island nations

Patrick Nunn

Decadal climate variability and near-term future climate

Scott Power

Moving from the laboratory to effective policies: the case for environmental tax reform in Australia and UK

Ann Hansford

Rescuing and securing climate data in Oceania

Rodney Hutchinson

An updated analysis of homogeneous land-based temperature trends across the Pacific

Dean Collins

Precipitation trends for the Pacific Islands and East Timor: an analysis of records since 1960

Simon McGree

The reversal of multi-decadal trends in the tropical Pacific

Ming Feng

A regional picture of Pacific climate and the impacts of ENSO and its variations

Brad Murphy

The role of climate science in integrating climate change adaptation and disaster risk management

Netatua Pelesikoti

Evaluating global climate models for the purpose of informing climate change projections: a Pacific Climate Change Science Program perspective

Damien Irving

Regional climate modelling techniques: impacts on regional climate change

Jack Katzfey

Projections of climate extremes over the tropical Pacific (and the influence of evaluation on projections)

Sarah Perkins

                 part 2 Greenhouse 2011
                 part 4 Greenhouse 2011

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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