2nd Batch of Results from Weather@Home 2014 UK Flooding Experiment

Posted on 18th March 2014

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.

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First Results from Weather@Home 2014 UK Flooding Experiment

Posted on 11th March 2014

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 [...]

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Myles Allen and Nathalie Schaller on BBC Radio 4 Inside Science

Posted on 11th March 2014

Our latest Weather@Home project, looking at the 2014 winter flooding, was featured on last week’s Inside Science on Radio 4.

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New Weather@Home Project – Were Recent UK Floods Due to Climate Change?

Posted on 4th March 2014

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.

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First meeting of new climate modelling and extreme event attribution project, EUCLEIA

Posted on 13th February 2014

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?”

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