Dr Karl Braganza
Manager Climate Monitoring, Environment and Research Division, Bureau of Meteorology
Karl Braganza is the Manager of Climate Monitoring at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. The Climate Monitoring section is responsible for the preparation, analysis and reporting of Australia's instrumental climate record. Karl received his PhD from the School of Mathematics at Monash University. His research work has centred on understanding and attributing climate variability and change. In his role at the Bureau of Meteorology, he has contributed as a lead author on the Bureau's State of the Climate publications and Climate Change in Australia Technical Reports.
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