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