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Give page numbers in the fourth edition if you have something that needs correction or improvement.
112 years 13 weeks ago
by admin
Add comments here if you have problems or suggestions related to the EBM. Suggestions on how to improve the implementation or reports of odd behaviour would be useful for further development.
Let us know if you have some suggestions for the workbook.
123 years 32 weeks ago
by ann
Got any corrections or suggestions for spreadsheet climate models?
223 years 27 weeks ago
by ann
The idea of a fourth edition of 'A Climate Modelling Primer has been raised and we are looking for input from the user community about what should be developed in a new edition and what parts need to be de-emphasised as the science has moved on.[img_assist|nid=18|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=100|height=96]
The fourth edition is at the printers and should be shipping in April. The new edition includes links to internet resources. Occasionally, stuff on the internet gets changed and the links break. Let us know here and we'll fix them or replace with a suitable equivalent if possible.
Let us know if you're having issues with a QR code. All of them have a 'code' such as 'k201'. Cite this in your post so we know which code you're having issues with. We can't control external sites, but we can fix up when minor changes happen.

External links...

REALCLIMATE.ORG offers good scientific analysis of current climate change issues, sometimes relating to climate models and what they mean.

Climate Modelling 101 What are climate models and why are they important? A useful resource from the US National Academy of Sciences.

CLIMATEPREDICTION.NET offers a way for anyone to run a climate model on their desktop computer and to be a part of a huge community of climate modellers. Make those spare CPU cycles count!

SKEPTICAL_SCIENCE: a website that is skeptical about global warming skepticism: whether contrarians’ arguments have any basis from the peer reviewed scientific literature.

Climate change is no laughing matter—but maybe it should be. The topic is so critical that everyone, from students to policy-makers to voters, needs a quick and easy guide to the basics. The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change entertains as it educates, delivering a unique and enjoyable presentation of mind-blowing facts and critical concepts.