Investigating the precusers of El Nino-Southern Oscillation events. Funded through the Australian Research Council via a Future Fellowship Award (2017-2021).
The role of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans in modulating Pacific variability and impacts. Funded through the Australian Research Council through a Discovery Project award.
Reconstructing past variability of the El Nino-Southern Oscillation. Sarah Perry (PhD student) is funded through an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) from the Commonwealth Government.
Past Research Projects
Investigating the termination of El Nino-Southern Oscillation events. Funded through the Australian Research Council via a discovery Early Career Researcher Award (2013-2015).
• Rajashree Naha (PhD Feb/2019 - ) Understanding the impact of interbasin connectivity on ENSO • Ben Hague (PhD Dec/2018 - ) Investigating the impact of sea level rise on coastal Australian inundation • Mustapha Adamu (PhD Feb/2019 - ) Examining the drivers of Australian drought • Celia Martinez-Ramos (PhD Dec/2018 - ) The impact of sea level rise on shoreline position • Mathias Zeller (PhD April/2016 - ) Assessing interannual to decadal changes in Pacific Ocean circulation • Sonja Neske (PhD April/2016 - ) Understanding the precursors of ENSO events • Sarah Perry (PhD March/2015 - March/2019) Understanding the projected changes in the climate impacts of ENSO • Nicholas Grosfeld (Hounours 2015) Climate drivers of south eastern Australian cuttoff lows • Esteban Abellan (PhD, 2013 - 2017) The termination of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events • Ryan Bateup (Honours 2014, First Class) ENSO non-stationarities and their impact on proxy reconstructions • Graham Simpkins (PhD, 2010 - 2014 ) High latitude climate modes and large-scale Antarctic sea ice variability • Nandini Ramesh (Intern Jan/2012 - June/2012) Meridional movement of wind anomalies during ENSO events and their role in event termination • Ryan Bateup (Summer Scholarship 2012-2013) Investigating the synchronization of ENSO events to the seasonal cycle