Information about the QR codes and what do do if you find one that doesn't work is here http://www.climatemodellingprimer.net/primer4e
This Climate Modelling Primer web site facilitates communication among users of “The Primer” and from them to us (the writers). The 4th edition of "The Climate Modelling Primer" should start shipping in April [14.Feb update: some pre-publication copies have just arrived with us]. New features of the latest edition include direct links to movies from an internet capable smartphone.
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Climate Dialogue offers a platform for discussions between (climate) scientists on important climate topics that are of interest to both fellow scientists and the general public. The goal of the platform is to explore the full range of views that scientists have on these issues.
You can't understand climate change in pieces, says climate scientist Gavin Schmidt. It's the whole, or it's nothing. In this illuminating talk, he explains how he studies the big picture of climate change with mesmerizing models that illustrate the endlessly complex interactions of small-scale environmental events.
From Haulashore Limited, a software startup based in New Zealand, comes this new view on climate change mitigation. Imagine your car is the climate system and it's heading increasingly quickly towards a cliff edge. How long to you wait before stepping on the brakes and how hard do you brake?
Australia’s record hot year is part of a global, longer-term trend. Over the past century, the Earth’s climate has warmed and continues to warm.
MIT researchers partner with iGlobe Inc. to educate students and the public on the climate. If you're in the Boston area on March 4, contact iglobeinc.com for details of their event at the MacAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center. iGlobe make some awesome spherical displays like the one pictured.
The correct simulation of clouds seems to rule out some of the lower climate sensitivity models… http://blogs.agu.org/wildwildscience/2013/12/31/improved-climate-models-...
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