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Benjamin Henley

  • PhD
  • Research Fellow
  • University of Melbourne
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Research interests

hydrologypalaeoclimatologyDecadal variability

About

Dr Henley is a Research Fellow in the School of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne working on the VicDRIP project investigating decadal climate variations, megadrought risk and hydrological impacts using multi-proxy palaeoclimate records, observed data and climate model simulations.

Co-authors (126)

  • Tanya Lippmann
  • Markus Donat
  • Joelle Gergis

Publications (5)

  • Reduced heat exposure by limiting global warming to 1.5 °c

    • King A
    • Donat M
    • Lewis S
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  • Time-varying spectral characteristics of ENSO over the Last Millennium

    • Hope P
    • Henley B
    • Gergis J
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  • Robust optimisation of urban drought security for an uncertain climate

    • Mortazavi-Naeini M
    • Kuczera G
    • Kiem A
    • et al.
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    0Citations
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  • Robust optimization to secure urban bulk water supply against extreme drought and uncertain climate change

    • Mortazavi-Naeini M
    • Kuczera G
    • Kiem A
    • et al.
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  • Robust optimisation of urban water resource systems in the face of known and unknown unknowns

    • Mortazavi-Naeini M
    • Kuczera G
    • Kiem A
    • et al.
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    0Citations

Professional experience

Research Fellow

The University of Melbourne

October 2013 - Present