Monthly Archives: March 2014
We’ve just launched another new regional modelling experiment looking at the link between climate change and the recent heatwaves and drought in Australia and New Zealand.
We’re now at more than 15,000 results, and we still have more coming in – we’re hoping to get to 10s of thousands of models back before we make a final statement about the results.
We’ve now have several thousand results back, which is fantastic! Thank you so much to everyone who has been running models for us. We still have more models to run, so if you haven’t signed up yet, please do.
Thank you again to everyone who has been running models for us on this experiment. We’re now able to show you the 2nd batch of results, with just over 500 models.
We have received an impressive response from the public after the launch of our experiment on the 4th of March. Our colleagues at the Oxford e-Research Centre, University of Oxford, estimate that nearly 1,000 new participants have subscribed to the project. Many thanks to all! We have now analysed the first 47 simulations that participants [...]