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 […]
Several of our project scientists are presenting talks and posters at this year’s European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna this week. Below are links to their talk or poster abstracts.
As we continue developing new weather@home applications – regional climate models that look at particular extreme weather events – we will be moving to a policy of picking a single operating system for each, rather than developing all models for all operating systems. By doing this, we aim to improve both the reliability and the […]
UPDATE: the problems have now been fixed and the project is back up and running again. Following a brief outage yesterday, we are having issues with the database server, and other Virtual Machines. Unfortunately, that means the project is effectively down while we sort out what the cause of the problem is. Sorry for any […]
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