Complexity in climate impact assessment: a methodology to address extremes

  • Lynch, Amanda (Primary Chief Investigator (PCI))

    Project: Research

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    Project Description

    It is something of a truism that the events and states of the changing environment that affect society tend to fall in the extremes. My goal is to develop a model-based methodology to characterize the extremes that are not usually predicted by climate models. Key extremes of importance to stakeholders in Australia and around the world include coastal flooding and fire. These events, in the context of regional climate variation, will act as test cases for the methodology. From this work, the likelihood of policy-relevant events in the future can be evaluated, with a robust assessment of the uncertainty.
    Effective start/end date2/01/0431/12/08


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): AUD1,450,370.00
    • Monash University
    • Monash University
    • Australian Research Council (ARC)
    • Fire in Australian savannas: From leaf to landscape

      Beringer, J., Hutley, L. B., Abramson, D., Arndt, S. K., Briggs, P., Bristow, M., Canadell, J. G., Cernusak, L. A., Eamus, D., Edwards, A. C., Evans, B. J., Fest, B., Goergen, K., Grover, S. P., Hacker, J., Haverd, V., Kanniah, K., Livesley, S. J., Lynch, A., Maier, S. & 6 others, Moore, C., Raupach, M., Russell-Smith, J., Scheiter, S., Tapper, N. J. & Uotila, P., 2015, In: Global Change Biology. 21, 1, p. 62-81 20 p.

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