A team of international scientists says that it is virtually certain that the heat wave that stretched across much of Europe in early July was more likely to happen now than in the past due to climate change.
We sent out the first models to our volunteers last week and so far we’ve had 607 returned to us – here are some plots using those initial models.
The ongoing heat wave dominating a large swath of Europe is being exacerbated by climate change, according to a new analysis by a team of international scientists using both observational data and climate models.
Most of our science team will be in Paris next week for the international science conference, Our Common Future Under Climate Change. If you’re going, here are the talks that climateprediction.net researchers are involved in:
We’ve just launched a new experiment looking at the causes of the ongoing drought in California, Oregon and Washington. Has climate change made the drought more likely? Or is it the “blob”, the giant patch of unusually warm water off the West Coast in the northeast Pacific Ocean? We’ve just put out over 20,000 models […]