Siteworks Capsule Talks: Distinguished Professor Noel Cressie
As part of Siteworks: From a deep valley, Bundanon presented a quick-fire program of talks from leading scientists, artists and First Nations knowledge holders, sharing ‘weather reports’ from this time and place. Here Dr Cressie presents a climate report on Earth’s heat and ice.
Videography by Drummerboy Pictures
Professor Noel Cressie
Distinguished Professor Noel Cressie, University of Wollongong (UOW), is a world leader in environmental informatics, researching big-science problems using big-data sources. His recent research involves hunting for atmospheric-carbon-dioxide sources around the world and focusing on Antarctica’s environmental future. Dr Cressie grew up in WA, received a PhD from Princeton University, shared a career between Australia and the US, is a NASA Affiliate, and is Director of the Centre for Environmental Informatics in the National Institute for Applied Statistics Research Australia (NIASRA) at UOW. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and the Royal Society of NSW.
Commissioned by Bundanon for World Weather Network.