This report presents new research on negatively tilted upper-tropospheric troughs and their implications for extreme events in southern Australia.
This report identifies 27 existing major projects and a further 50 complementary projects related to climate change in Tasmania.
This report investigates the changing conditions for prescribed burning in Tasmania under climate change.
This report offers an enhanced capability to assess the impacts of climate change on fire regimes in the Tasmanian World Heritage Area, using Climate Futures' high-resolution regional climate projections.
This report shows how climate change will result in significant changes to fire in the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, with profound implications for the area's values and management.
A resource for more effective response to, and recovery from, natural disasters through improved understanding of the natural hazards that most threaten Tasmania.
This report uses demographic data and climate projections to assess impacts of a changing climate on emergency service volunteer resources in Tasmania.
Research into the likely future impacts of climate change on Victoria’s alpine resorts, enabling advance planning for alpine operations across 12 months of the year, to create resilient alpine resort communities.
This report assesses regional changes in fire danger in Tasmania to the year 2100 under a high emissions climate change scenario.
Describes the development of spatial maps that provide a basis for the investigation of the possible impacts of future climate change due to sea level rise and changes in weather conditions.
This report investigates wind hazard and risk to residential buildings in Tasmania under current climate conditions and for two 21st century climate change scenarios.
The Impacts on Agriculture Technical Report sets out the impacts on Tasmanian agriculture from projected climate change.
Projected river flows, to 2100, for more than 1900 subcatchments in 78 river catchments over 70% of Tasmania by area.
Examines extreme rainfall, temperature and drought events in the Tasmanian context.
This report sets out the projected changes to Tasmania’s climate during this century.
This summary report explains how fine scale climate modelling is carried out, in the context of the Australian state of Tasmania.
The Climate Modelling Technical Report assesses future climate change projections for Tasmania.