All new models can now be run on Macs

Posted on 26th May 2016

It has been a long time coming but finally our newest models, weather@home2, can also be run on macs as well as linux and windows operating systems. We would like to thank all mac using participants for their patience and hope that you will enthusiastically move away from Australia only simulations to help us simulate […]

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weather@home and climateprediction.net at EGU General Assembly 2016

Posted on 21st April 2016

Weather@home and climateprediction.net are again significantly represented with both oral presentations and posters at the annual European Geophysical Union General Assembly, 17-22 April in Vienna. The Assembly provides a forum where geoscientists from all over the world can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience and is together […]

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Raising Risk Awareness – new project under WWA

Posted on 18th April 2016

To extend the reach of and scope of our World Weather Attribution project we are engaging in a new project with CDKN: Raising Risk Awareness – Using climate science to inform post disaster Policy & practice in developing countries Today we understand the impact of human activities on global mean temperature very well; however, high-impact […]

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Human influence on climate in the 2014 southern England winter floods and their impacts

Posted on 1st February 2016

Human-induced climate change increased the risk of severe storms like those that hit the south of England in the winter of 2013/14, causing devastating flooding and costing several people their lives. The preliminary results of this study have been on our website since the time the flooding happened , but now we have looked not […]

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Man-made climate change as important as natural variability in December’s record rains

Posted on 14th January 2016

First results of our new study together with researchers from the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute show that human-induced climate change approximately doubled the chances of an exceptionally warm December in Central England, and significantly increased the chances of high rainfall further North. Ocean conditions in the Atlantic, and possibly the strong El Niño conditions now seen in […]

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