Tag Archives: Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

The mysteries of El Niño are as deep as the ocean

A few months ago, a strong El Niño event later this year seemed certain, but no longer. What’s happening? [5 August 2014 | Peter Boyer] Every now and again we get a reminder of our place in the scheme of … Continue reading

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Science, warts and all, on show in Hobart

Rough edges reveal the true value of science. [18 February 2014 | Peter Boyer] For a good part of last week I was holed up in a Hobart conference centre with a few hundred scientists taking a hard look at … Continue reading

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