Climate Futures has produced a comprehensive 'Climate Atlas' of climate change-induced effects on Australia's wine growing regions.
Climate Futures is working to support critical decisions about future investment in ski resort infrastructure.
Climate Futures for Tasmania is the state government's most important source of climate change projections.
An assessment of the state-level risks associated with bushfires, floods and coastal inundation, severe storms, heatwaves, earthquakes, landslides and human influenza pandemics in Tasmania.
An explanation of the climate modelling downscaling that Climate Futures uses in many of its projects.
This project extends previous research to include greater understanding of potential vegetation change, together with extreme climate conditions associated with high fire danger, and their importance in making decisions about the timing of prescribed burning in the future.
The prescribed burning project investigated the changing opportunities for prescribed burning in Tasmania in the near future and towards the end of the century.
Project to generate the best-available representation of historical weather every hour over Australia covering 1990 to 2015.
Study examined changes in bushfire meteorology and fire danger hazards and risks.