Help us answer this question in the latest weather@home experiment, launched today, with live results posted on the website daily over the next month.
Project scientists from climateprediction.net recently attended the launch meeting of EUCLEIA, a new EU-funded project which will study the attribution of weather and climate risks for Europe. The project will develop and improve the methods to help answer the important question: “How has the risk of extreme weather events changed in Europe, due to human-caused climate change?”
CPDN was taken offline by a failure of the storage system that hosts our servers in Oxford. The downtime was between 3 pm 28 Jan 2014 and 1 pm 30 Jan 2014 GMT. The issue has been resolved, and we are now back up and running. Please accept our apologies for the disruption to the service.
Our anniversary is fast approaching: on 12th of September 2013 it will have been 10 years since the public launch of the project on the same day in 2003. To mark this special occasion we have joined forces with other citizen science projects to celebrate on Friday 13 September 2013, at the Royal Society in [...]
The African tropics contain the second largest area of tropical rainforest in the world, the green heart of an otherwise generally dry continent. These rainforests have global significance and value as reservoirs of biodiversity, as stores and sinks of atmospheric carbon, as regulators of flow of mighty rivers, as sources of moisture to the atmosphere [...]