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From the red plains of Broken Hill to Antarctica, we study the Earth’s core, its atmosphere and everything in between. A new, hands-on way to explore and learn earth sciences.
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Warmer ocean temperatures, combined with unusual wind patterns, contributed to the record decline of sea ice levels in Antarctica, according to new research published in the prestigious international science journal Nature Communications.
New Zealand-based climate change scientist Professor Andrew Mackintosh has been appointed to lead Monash University’s School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment, commencing May 2019.
Long-term observations of surface temperatures show an intensified surface warming in Canada, Siberia, Alaska and in the Arctic Ocean relative to global mean temperature rise.
An international study led by Monash scientists has found that Tasmania was likely to have been originally ‘attached’ to the western United States.
If you are a stormchaser or just someone who loves the theatre of wind, lightning, heavy rain and hail when a storm whips through, then you are perfectly placed to help climate science.
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We had an great time talking to so many people at Open Day today. We'd like to thank you all for coming and we hope to see you soon! Here are a few shots of our hard-working team from today, more to come tomorrow... #ChooseMonashEAE #ChooseMonashScience #monashopenday2018
Come to see our next volcanic eruption at 1:30pm!
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We're looking forward to seeing you at Open Day tomorrow, where you can chat with our friendly academics and students about what a degree in Earth Sciences could look like for *you*, life at Monash, and being part of the EAE family.
We have 24 activities from simulating volcanic explosions to whipping up tasty liquid nitrogen ice creams. Check out our activities at https://www.monash.edu/science-openday?a=1430448
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