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  • Rohan Sutton | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    and Environmental Eng Graduate Student edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Agricultural Engineering Civil Engineering and Geotechnical Engineering edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a

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  • jerome Saad | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Building Information Modeling BIM Performance in architecture engineering and construction firms industry BIM Performance Measurement and BIM IFC CostX Revit Naviswork BIM Procurement Interoperability Chuck Eastman Bilal Succor Jasmax Brad Hardin Michelle Leonard Imran Mohammad Building Information Modeling 4D 5D 6D nD edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password

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    the importance of internationally standardized evaluation experiments that specify data sets variables metrics and model resolutions It additionally demonstrates how essential the definition of a priori expectations of model performance can be based on the complexity of a model and the amount of information being provided to it and gives an example of how these expectations might be quantified Finally the Protocol for the Analysis of Land Surface models PALS is introduced a free online land surface model benchmarking application that is structured to meet both of these goals View on geosci model dev net Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section On the information content of surface meteorology for downward atmospheric long wave radiation synthesis more by Gab Abramowitz One of the key uncertainties in site based evaluations of land surface hydrological or ecological models stems from the lack of availability of downward long wave radiation even at observational stations where tens of other key more One of the key uncertainties in site based evaluations of land surface hydrological or ecological models stems from the lack of availability of downward long wave radiation even at observational stations where tens of other key variables are measured State of the art techniques for its synthesis are typically functionally dependent on surface temperature vapour pressure and some representation of cloudiness Here we show that existing functional forms for downward long wave synthesis underutilise information in these key predictor variables and that in fact cloudiness variables may be redundant By using an empirical model at a range of sites globally we examine the contribution of each of the predictor variables and conclude that an extremely simple empirical model may provide more defensible prediction where no a priori knowledge of site behavior exists Journal Name Geophysical Research Letters View on agu org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Global and regional coupled climate sensitivity to the parameterization of rainfall interception more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Climate dynamics Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Diagnosing errors in a land surface model CABLE in the time and frequency domains more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher agu org Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Journal of Geophysical Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The CSIRO atmosphere biosphere land exchange model and future development for ACCESS more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher cawcr gov au Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Model independence in multi model ensemble prediction more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher 134 178 63 141 Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Research Interests Model Independence in Ensemble Modelling edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Toward a model space and model independence metric more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher agu org Publication Date Jan 1 2008 Publication Name Geophysical Research Letters Research Interests

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/Departments/Climate_Change_Research_Centre/Documents (2012-11-08)
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  • Gab Abramowitz | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    Protocol for the Analysis of Land Surface models PALS is introduced a free online land surface model benchmarking application that is structured to meet both of these goals View on geosci model dev net Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section On the information content of surface meteorology for downward atmospheric long wave radiation synthesis more by Gab Abramowitz One of the key uncertainties in site based evaluations of land surface hydrological or ecological models stems from the lack of availability of downward long wave radiation even at observational stations where tens of other key more One of the key uncertainties in site based evaluations of land surface hydrological or ecological models stems from the lack of availability of downward long wave radiation even at observational stations where tens of other key variables are measured State of the art techniques for its synthesis are typically functionally dependent on surface temperature vapour pressure and some representation of cloudiness Here we show that existing functional forms for downward long wave synthesis underutilise information in these key predictor variables and that in fact cloudiness variables may be redundant By using an empirical model at a range of sites globally we examine the contribution of each of the predictor variables and conclude that an extremely simple empirical model may provide more defensible prediction where no a priori knowledge of site behavior exists Journal Name Geophysical Research Letters View on agu org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Global and regional coupled climate sensitivity to the parameterization of rainfall interception more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher Springer Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Climate dynamics Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Towards a benchmark for land surface models more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher geos ed ac uk Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name Geophys Res Lett Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Evaluating the performance of land surface models more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher journals ametsoc org Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit View on journals ametsoc org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Neural Error Regression Diagnosis NERD A tool for model bias identification and prognostic data assimilation more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher journals ametsoc org Publication Date Jan 1 2006 Publication Name Journal of Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit View on journals ametsoc org Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Ranking climate models by performance using actual values and anomalies Implications for climate change impact assessments more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher earth agu org Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name Geophysical Research Research Interests Climate Model Evaluation edit Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Systematic bias in land surface models more by Gab Abramowitz Publisher journals ametsoc org Publication Date Jan 1 2007 Publication Name Journal of Research Interests Land Surface Model Evaluation edit View on journals ametsoc org Share Facebook Twitter

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  • J-F Exbrayat | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    le Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Probabilistic multi model ensemble predictions of nitrogen concentrations in river systems more by J F Exbrayat Publisher agu org Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Geophysical Research Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Two step calibration and proxy basin validation of ensemble rainfall runoff predictions in a Swedish mesoscale catchment more by J F Exbrayat Publisher adsabs harvard edu Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Ensemble predictions of hydro biogeochemical fluxes at the landscape scale more by J F Exbrayat Publication Name mssanz org au Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Multi model data fusion as a tool for PUB example in a Swedish mesoscale catchment more by J F Exbrayat Publisher adv geosci net Publication Name Adv Geosci Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Model intercomparison to explore catchment functioning Results from a remote montane tropical rainforest more by J F Exbrayat Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2011 Publication Name Ecological Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Ensemble modelling of nitrogen fluxes data fusion for a Swedish

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  • Claire O'Neill | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    significant infrastructure and sacred sites located only a few metres above sea level As a consequence these areas are vulnerable to erosion due to the projected increase in storm surge intensity caused by climate change Common sense suggests that Islanders would welcome new scientific research about how climate change might affect them in order to understand the significance of these impacts and the timeframes involved However one leader has taken a seemingly counterintuitive stance and has refused to let new climate research occur We explore why this position was taken and the implications of this decision for ongoing scientific research In order to carry out this analysis we provide a contextual background by assessing Islanders recent experience with scientific researchers and the response of policy makers to it We find that despite a clearly documented problem with top down decision making this process remains In this instance we find that there is a systemic lack of collaboration with Islanders to allow them to prioritise their concerns and a lack of adequate resources to allow them to build their resilience to climate impacts We conclude that only through a genuine collaborative approach to climate adaptation can activities be properly developed prioritised

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/ClaireONeill (2012-11-08)
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    strengths P 0 05 for each parameter However univariate general linear model analysis with fixed effects for sequence and field strengths found an interaction between imaging sequence and field strength P 0 03 with a smaller difference in volumes and mass measurements between SSFP and FLASH imaging at 7 T than 1 5 T and 3 T SSFP and FLASH cine imaging at 7 T is technically feasible and provides valid assessment of cardiac volumes and mass compared with CMR imaging at 1 5 T and 3 T field strengths Copyright 2011 John Wiley Sons Ltd More Info NMR Biomed July 2011 DOI 10 1002 nbm 1708 View on onlinelibrary wiley com Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Letter by Yilmaz Et Al Regarding Article Analysis of Dystrophin Deletion Mutations Predicts Age of Cardiomyopathy Onset In Becker Muscular Dystrophy more by Joseph Suttie Publisher Am Heart Assoc Publication Date Jan 1 2010 Publication Name Circulation Cardiovascular Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Development and Validation of a Short 31P Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Protocol more by Joseph Suttie Publisher doaj org Publication Name Journal of Cardiovascular Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Two Center Study to Assess the Functional Relevance of Myocardial Fibrosis In Muscular Dystrophy Patients With and Without Left Ventricular Systolic more by Joseph Suttie Publisher doaj org Publication Name Journal of Cardiovascular Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Becker and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy BMD DMD Are Associated With Myocardial Fibrosis and Abnormal Cardiac Energetics Even In the Presence of more by Joseph Suttie Publisher doaj org Publication Name Journal of Cardiovascular Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section The international transplantation community s response to commercial transplantation programs that harvest organs from executed prisoners more by Joseph Suttie More Info Thesis Masters in

    Original URL path: http://unsw.academia.edu/Departments/Clinical_Medicine/Documents (2012-11-08)
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  • sarah abelev | The University of New South Wales - Academia.edu
    more Biomedicine Classical and Contemporary Social Theory Sociology of Culture Historical and Comparative Sociology Sociology of the State Nations and Nationalism Cultural Policy Cultural Globalization Epistemology of the Social Sciences Sociology of Knowledge and Clinical Medicine edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to

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