ACE has recently re-launched its website, unveiling a brand new look. The new site retains the same address, is user-friendly and provides access to a greater store of reports and publications.
Visitors can see video clips of ACE scientists discussing their research on climate change in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean (for example, see Dr Steve Rintoul explain the importance of the Antarctic and Southern Ocean to Australia's climatehttp://www.wwwace.aappartnership.org.au/Research/Southern%20Ocean%20Circulation
Under publications, you can access a list of journal publications by ACE scientists and download plain-English synopses (called Position Analyses and Report Cards
) updating developments in our research.
The site also hosts comprehensive technical reports
on specific topics such as theGovernment Coastal Planning Responses to Rising Sea Levels (2011)
and shoreline change at Roches Beach in Southern Tasmania. You can link through to all the Climate Futures for Tasmania
technical reports and summaries.