Presentations

67. Henley, B.J., Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J. et al. (2015). A Pacific-basin wide reconstruction of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation. 4th Aus2k workshop Australasian palaeoclimate of the last 2k: Intercomparison of climate field reconstruction methodologies, modeling, and data synthesis approaches, Auckland, New Zealand, 27–29 October 2015.

66. Freund, M., Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Henley, B.J. (2015). Progress on developing a rainfall spatial field reconstruction for Australia over the past millennium. 4th Aus2k workshop Australasian palaeoclimate of the last 2k: Intercomparison of climate field reconstruction methodologies, modeling, and data synthesis approaches, Auckland, New Zealand, 27–29 October 2015.

65. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D.K., and Gergis, J. 2015. Extending southeastern Australia’s instrumental climate record: data quality and availability, 1788–1859. Oral presentation, 10th EUMETNET Data Management Workshop, St Gallen, Switzerland, 28–30 October 2015.

64. Gergis, J. (2015). Australasian and Southern Hemisphere climate variability over the past millennium. Seminar in Climate and Environmental Physics, University of Bern, Switzerland, 21 September 2015.

63. Henley, B.J., Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Power, S., Kennedy, J. and Folland, C. (2015). A Tripole Index for the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation. 21st Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference Research to Community, Brisbane, Australia, 15–17 July 2015.

62. Freund, M., Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J. (2015). Feasibility of climate field reconstruction for Australia using palaeoclimate data covering the last 1000 years. 21st Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference Research to Community, Brisbane, Australia, 15–17 July 2015.

61. Gergis, J., and Henley, B.J. (2015). Drought variability in the Southern Hemisphere: insights from recent advances in palaeoclimatology. 21st Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference Research to Community, Brisbane, Australia, 15–17 July 2015.

60. Brown, J., Hope, P., Gergis, J., and Henley, B.J. (2015). ENSO teleconnections with Australian rainfall over the last millennium in CMIP5/PMIP3 models. ENSO Extremes and Diversity: Dynamics, Teleconnection, and Impacts Workshop, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 4–6 Feb 2015.

59. Henley, B.J., Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Power, S., Kennedy, J. and Folland, C. (2015). A Tripole Index for the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation. ENSO Extremes and Diversity: Dynamics, Teleconnection, and Impacts Workshop, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 4–6 Feb 2015.

58. Freund, M., Gergis, J. and Karoly, D.J. Feasibility of a climate field reconstruction based on a sparse multi proxy network. Australian Research Council (ARC) Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science Annual Workshop, Hunter Valley, Australia, 24–27 Nov 2014.

57. Hope, P., Henley, B., Ye, H., Gergis, J., Braganza, K., Brown, J. (2014). Time-frequency variability of Southern Oscillation Index over the last 1000 years. Australian Climate Change Science Program (ACCSP)–3rd Aus2k workshop Australasia’s past climate variability – strengths drawn from palaeoclimate and model data over the last 2000 years, Melbourne, Australia, 26–27 June 2014.

56. Gergis, J., Freund, M., Karoly, D.J., and Henley, B. (2014). Towards the development of spatial field climate reconstructions for Australia. Australian Climate Change Science Program (ACCSP)–3rd Aus2k workshop Australasia’s past climate variability – strengths drawn from palaeoclimate and model data over the last 2000 years, Melbourne, Australia, 26–27 June 2014.

55. Gergis, J.,  Neukom, R.,   Gallant, A., Karoly, D.J.,  Ashcroft, L., Braganza, K. and Henley, B. (2014). The role of palaeoclimatology in understanding decadal variability in the Australian region – recent advances and work in progress. Australian Climate Change Science Program (ACCSP)–3rd Aus2k workshop Australasia’s past climate variability – strengths drawn from palaeoclimate and model data over the last 2000 years, Melbourne, Australia, 26–27 June 2014.

54. Gergis, J. (2014). An introduction to the PAGES Regional 2k network and Aus2k. Australasia’s past climate variability – strengths drawn from palaeoclimate and model data over the last 2000 years. Australian Climate Change Science Program (ACCSP)–3rd Aus2k workshop Australasia’s past climate variability – strengths drawn from palaeoclimate and model data over the last 2000 years, Melbourne, Australia, 26–27 June 2014.

53. Hope, P., Henley, B., Ye, H., Gergis, J., Braganza, K., Brown, J. (2014). Time-frequency variability of Southern Oscillation Index over the last 1000 years. 3rd Palaeoclimate Modelling Intercomparison Project (PMIP3)workshop, 25–30 May, Namur, Belgium.

52. Gergis, J.,  Neukom, R.,   Gallant, A., Karoly, D.J.,  Ashcroft, L., Braganza, K. and Henley, B. (2014). The role of palaeoclimatology in understanding decadal variability in the Australian region – recent advances and work in progress. Australian Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science Workshop on Decadal Climate Variability and Cliimate Change, Melbourne, Australia, 5 March 2014.

51. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D.J., and Gergis, J. (2014). Southeastern Australian climate variability 1835-2012: extending the instrumental record. 20th Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference Southern Investigations, Hobart, Australia, 12–14 February 2014.

50. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D.J., and Gergis, J. (2013). Southeastern Australian teleconnections on the 20th Century reanlaysis. 6th Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) workshop workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, 18–20 November 2013.

49. Gergis, J., Hope, P., Henley, B., Ye, H., Braganza, K., Karoly, K. (2013). Southern Hemisphere circulation modes in PMIP3–CMIP5 simulations:  El Niño–Southern Oscillation (ENSO), Inter-decadal Pacific Oscillation (IPO) and Southern Annular Mode (SAM). Integrated Analyses of reconstruction and multi-model simulation for the past two millennia: Joint workshop between the PAGES 2K network of PAGES and the PAST2K working group of PMIP (Paleoclimate Model Intercomparison Project), Madrid, Spain, 4–6 November 2013.

48. Gergis, J. (2013). The further back we look, the further forward we can see: 1,000 years of past climate to help predict future climate change in Australia. 12th International NCCR Climate Summer School: From climate reconstructions to climate predictions, Grindelwald, Switzerland, 1–6 September 2013.

47. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D. and Gergis, J., 2013. ‘An indefatigable pioneer of civilisation and science’: the weather records of W.B. Clarke, 1840–1850. 19th Annual Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society conference, Melbourne, February 11–13, 2013.

46. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D. and Gergis, J., 2013. Southeastern Australia temperature, pressure and rainfall variations from 1860–1910 using historical data. 19th Annual Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society conference, Melbourne, February 11–13, 2013.

45. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D.J, Gergis, J. (2012). South Eastern Australian Recent Climate History. 5th Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) workshop workshop, Météo-France, Toulouse, France, 28th–30th November 2012.

44. Gergis, J., Neukom, R., Gallant, A., Phipps, S., Karoly, D.J and Aus2K project members (2012). Evidence of rapid late 20th century warming from an Australasian temperature reconstruction spanning the last millennium. 19th Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference: Connections in the Climate System, The University of New South Wales, Sydney NSW, 31 January– 3 February 2012.

43. Ashcroft, L., Karoly, D.J. and Gergis, J. (2012). Southeastern Australian Temperature Variations 1860–1910.19th Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) conference: Connections in the Climate System, The University of New South Wales, Sydney NSW, 31 January– 3 February 2012.

42. Ashcroft, L., Karoly D. and Gergis, J. Southeastern Australian temperature variations 1860 – 1910. World Climate Research Program Open Science Conference – Climate Research in Service to Society, Denver, USA, 24–28 October 2011.

41. Karoly, D.J, Gergis, J. and Ashcroft, L., 2011. South Eastern Australian Recent Climate History. 4th Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) workshop workshop, KNMI, The Netherlands, 21–23 September 2011.

40. Gergis, J., Neukom, R. and Aus2K Project member (2011). Advances in reconstructing Australasian climate variations of the past 1000 years: recent progress from the PAGES Aus2K working group. XVIII International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Bern, Switzerland, 21–27 July 20 2011.

39. Gergis, J., Fenby, C., Ashcroft, L., Garden, D. and Karoly, D. (2011). A rainfall history of New South Wales, Australia, using documentary and meteorological records, 1788–2009, XVIII International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Bern, Switzerland, 21–27 July 2011.

38. Neukom, R., Gergis, J. and Africa2K, Aus2K, LOTRED-SA and Antartica2K project network members (2011). Recent advances in Southern Hemisphere climate reconstruction of the last millennium. XVIII International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Bern, Switzerland, 21–27 July 2011.

37. Gallant, A. and Gergis, J. (2011). Estimating southeast Australia’s pre-instrumental climate: putting climate change into perspective. Southeastern Australian Climate Initiative (SEACI) Science Workshop, Canberra, Australia, 19–20 July 2011.

36. Gergis, J., Neukom, R., Gallant, A. and Karoly, D. (2011). Estimating Australian temperature variations over the last 2,000 years: what’s possible for IPCC AR5? 2nd Australasia 2k regional workshop: Data Synthesis and Research Program Development, University of Western Australia, Australia, 27–29 April 2011.

35. Gergis, J., and Neukom, R. (2011). Reassessing the climate signals contained in Australasian high resolution palaeoarchives. 2nd PAGES Australasia 2k Network workshop, Perth, Australia, 27–29 April 2011.

34. Ashcroft, L., Gergis, J. and Karoly, D.J. (2011). Early meteorological observations in New South Wales. Extreme Weather 2011: Joint Conference of the New Zealand Meteorological Society and the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Wellington, New Zealand, 9–11 February 2011.

33. Fenby, C., Garden, D. and Gergis, J. (2010). ‘The usual weather in New South Wales is uncommonly bright and clear…equal to the finest summer day in England’ – Climate and Weather in New South Wales, 1788–1810. Climate, Empire and Science in Australasia and the South Pacific University of Waikato New Zealand, 9–10 December 2010

32. Neukom, R., Gergis, J., D’Arrigo, R., Villalba, R. (2010). Database of Southern Hemisphere proxy records and its potential for large scale climate field reconstructions. Reconstructing Climate Variations in South America and the Antarctic Peninsula over the last 2000 years, Valdivia, Chile, October 27–30, 2010.

31. Gergis, J. (2010). The South-eastern Australian Recent Climate History (SERACH) Project, Improving Pacific Island meteorological data rescue and visualisation capabilities, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand, 27–30 September 2010.

30. Ashcroft, L., Gergis, J. and Karoly, D.J. (2010).  Early instrumental data recovery in south-eastern Australia. Improving Pacific Island meteorological data rescue and visualisation capabilities, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand, 27–30 September 2010.

29. Gallant, A., Gergis, J. and Braganza, K. (2010). Quantifying uncertainties associated with calibrating proxy data against instrumental records – an ensemble approach, 11th International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, Edinburgh Scotland, 12–16 July 2010.

28. Gergis, J., Gallant, A., Karoly, D.J., and Braganza, K. (2010). Reconstructing climates of the past 500 years using annually-resolved palaeoclimate records: methods, challenges and recent advances, Past Global Changes (PAGES) 1st Aus2k Regional Workshop: Towards data synthesis, University of Melbourne, Victoria Australia, 31 May–2 June 2010.

27. Fenby, C., Garden, D., Gergis, J., and Karoly, D.J. (2010). A rainfall chronology for south eastern Australia, 1788–1860 , Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society’s 17 annual meeting, Australian National University, Canberra, UK, 27–29 January 2010.

26. Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Gallant, A., Braganza, K. (2010). Reconstructing pre-20th century temperature, rainfall and pressure for the Australian region using palaeo, documentary and early instrumental data, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society’s 17 annual meeting, Australian National University, Canberra, UK, 27–29 January 2010.

25. Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Gallant, A., Braganza, K. (2009). The south-eastern Australian palaeoclimate project, 3rd Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) workshop: data and data visualisation meeting, Met Office, Exeter, UK, 15–17 September 2009.

24. Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Braganza, K., Allan, R., Turney, C., Lorrey, A. (2009). Reconstructing pre-20th century temperature, rainfall and pressure for the Australian region using palaeo, documentary and early instrumental data. Past Global Changes (PAGES) 3rd Open Science Meeting, 6–7 July 2009, Oregon State University, Corvalis, USA.

23. Gergis, J., Turney, C., Kershaw, P. (2009). Australasian climate reconstructions of the past millennium. Past Global Changes (PAGES) Regional 2K network meeting, 7 July 2009, Oregon State University, Corvalis, USA.

22. Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Braganza, K., Allan, R., Turney, C., Lorrey, A. (2009). Reconstructing pre-20th century temperature, rainfall and pressure for the Australian region using palaeo, documentary and early instrumental data. Past Global Changes (PAGES) 1st Young Scientists Meeting, 6–7 July 2009, Oregon State University, Corvalis, USA.

21. Gergis, J., Karoly, D.J., Braganza, K., Allan, R., Turney, C., Lorrey, A. and Gallant, A. (2009). The Southeastern Australian Palaeoclimate Project, Murray–Darling Basin Authority Science Review: The Role of Palaeoscience in Natural Resource Management, 3–4 June 2009, Land and Water Australia, Canberra, Australia.

20. Gergis, J., and Karoly, D.J. (2009). The Southeast Australian Palaeoclimate Project, 2nd Atmospheric Reconstructions over the Earth (ACRE) Workshop, 1–3 April 2009, Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia.

19. Gergis, J. and Karoly, D.J., Braganza, K., Fowler, A.M. and Nicholls, N. (2009). Reconstructing temperature, rainfall and MSLP for southeastern Australia using palaeo, documentary and early weather station data. 9th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography: Extremes, Climate and Water in the Southern Hemisphere, 13–19 February 2009, Melbourne, Australia.

18. Braganza, K., Gergis, J., Power,S. B.,  Risbey, J. S. and Fowler, A. M. (2009). A multi-proxy index of the El Niño Southern Oscillation, A.D. 1525-1982. 9th International Conference on Southern Hemisphere Meteorology and Oceanography: Extremes, Climate and Water in the Southern Hemisphere, 13–19 February 2009, Melbourne, Australia.

17. Gergis, J. and Karoly, D.J. (2008). Reconstructing temperature, rainfall and MSLP for southeastern Australia using palaeo, documentary and early weather station data. ARCNESS workshop on An integrated data-modelling approach to the Australasian Holocene, University of New South Wales 12–13 November 2008, Sydney, Australia.

16. Gergis, J., Fowler, A., Braganza, K., Power, S., Risbey, J. (2008). New Pacific basin-wide reconstructions of El Niño-Southern Oscillation, A.D. 1525-1982. Reconciling ENSO chronologies for the Past 500 Years, Papeete, Tahiti, 2–4 April 2008.

15. Gergis, J. and Fowler, A. (2007). A history of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) events since A.D. 1525; implications for future climate change. Climatic Changes in the Last 1500 Years: Their Impact on Pacific Islands, Honolulu, Hawaii, 13–15 November 2007.

14. Braganza, K., Gergis, J., Power, S., Risbey, J., and Fowler, A. (2007). A new basin-wide multi-proxy index of the El Nino Southern Oscillation, A.D. 1525-1982. XVll International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Cairns, Australia, 28 July – 3 August 2007.

13. Boswijk, G., Fowler, A., Lorrey, A., Gergis, J., and Palmer, J. (2007). Improving replication: the addition of new archaeological data to the late-Holocene kauri record. XVll International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Cairns, Australia, 28 July – 3 August 2007.

12. Fowler, A., Boswijk, G., Gergis, J., Lorrey, A., and Palmer, J. (2007). A multi-century ENSO reconstruction from kauri tree rings. XVll International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Cairns, Australia, 28 July – 3 August 2007.

11. Gergis J. and Fowler, A. (2007). Reconstructing El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO): Integrating evidence from tree-ring, coral, ice-core and documentary palaeoarchives, A.D. 1525-2002. XVll International Union for Quaternary Research (INQUA) Congress, Cairns, Australia, 28 July – 3 August 2007.

10. Gergis, J., Braganza, K., Risbey, J., Fowler, A., and Mooney, S. (2006). El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) since A.D. 1525; evidence from tree-ring, coral and ice-core records. 2nd Earth System Science Partnership’s Open Science Conference; Global Environmental Change: Regional Challenges, Beijing, China, November 9–12, 2006.

9. Gergis, J., Braganza, K., Risbey, J., Fowler, A., and Mooney, S. (2006). El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) since A.D. 1525; evidence from tree-ring, coral and ice-core records. 2nd International Young Scientists’ Global Change Conference, Beijing, China, 6–8 November, 2006.

8. Gergis, J., Braganza, K., Risbey, J., Fowler, A., and Mooney, S. (2006). Reconstructing El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO); evidence from tree-ring, coral and ice-core records, A.D. 1525–2002. A Workshop On Earth System Models Of Intermediate Complexity 20–21 February, 2006, Melbourne, Australia.

7. Braganza, K., Gergis, J., Risbey, J., and Fowler, A. (2006). El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) since A.D. 1525; evidence from tree-ring, coral and ice-core records. 13th Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS) National Conference Climate, Water and Sustainability, February 6–8, 2006 Newcastle, NSW. Australia.

6. Gergis, J., Fowler, A., Braganza, K., Mooney, S. and Risbey, J. (2005). El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) since A.D. 1525: integrating evidence from tree-ring, coral, ice-core and documentary archives. PAGES 2nd Open Science Meeting: Palaeoclimate, Environmental Sustainability and Our Future, August 10–12, Beijing, China.

5. Gergis, J., Fowler, A., Braganza, K., Risbey, J. and Mooney, S. (2005). Multiproxy approaches to El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) reconstruction; integrating evidence from tree-ring, coral, ice and documentary archives, A.D. 1525-2002. Reconstructing Past Climates for Future Prediction: Integrating High-Resolution Palaeo Data for Meaningful Prediction in the Australasian Region, June 27–28, Canberra, Australia.

4. Gergis, J., Fowler, A. and Mooney, S. (2005). A Multiproxy Analysis of El Niño-Southern Oscillation Variability. 1st Alexander Von Humboldt International Conference on the El Niño Phenomenon and its Global Impact, May 16–20 2005, Guayaquil, Ecuador.

3. Gergis, J. Fowler, A., and Mooney, S. (2004). A Multiproxy Approach to El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO). Australasian Quaternary Association Biennial Conference, December 6–10 2004, Cradle Mountain, Australia.

2. Gergis, J. Fowler, A., and Mooney, S. (2004). A Multiproxy Analysis of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) Variability. 1st International CLIVAR (Climate Variability and Predictability) Science Conference, June 21–25 2004, Baltimore, USA.

1. Gergis, J. (2003). Late Twentieth Century El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) in the Context of Holocene Climate Change. Australasian Quaternary Association Biennial Conference, February 3–7 2003, Westport, New Zealand.