Tagged: Tasmania

Remote regions, immigration, and prosperity - The Dismal Science

Michael Reddell Jan 19, 2018

A couple of years ago I did a post on some remote and very small places, many of which had quite a lot of land and very few people.  My point was to suggest that New Zealand was quite unusual in having so many people in such a remote spot, all the more so when much of the population … Read More

Southern hemisphere joins north in breaching carbon dioxide milestone - Guest Work

Guest Author May 17, 2016

By Paul Krummel, CSIRO and Paul Fraser, CSIRO As we predicted two months ago, the background atmospheric carbon dioxide levels measured at Cape Grim on Tasmania’s northwest coast have officially passed the 400 parts per million (ppm) mark. Our measurements, compiled by our team at CSIRO together with the Bureau of Meteorology, show that the … Read More

Bacterial art in Melbourne – Market of the Mind - Infectious Thoughts

Siouxsie Wiles Aug 25, 2014

Let’s make some bacterial art! This week I’ve had the pleasure of taking part in Australia’s National Science Week. My week started in Hobart, Tasmania, where I got to hang out with science communication superstars Carin Bondar, Derek Muller (AKA Veritasium) and Destin Sandlin (AKA Smarter Every Day), performing on stage … Read More

Recursive fraudery: Monckton goes mad in Australia - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Feb 28, 2013

Christopher, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley’s tour of Australia must be going very badly, because the “high priest of climate scepticism” is indulging in another of his increasingly desperate displays of attention seeking behaviour. After giving a poorly attended lecture in Hobart last week, Monckton took umbrage at an article in the Sunday Tasmanian (on the [...] … Read More