New CPDN publication is part of Special Issue on “Change in African rainforests: past present and future”

Posted on 22nd July 2013

The African tropics contain the second largest area of tropical rainforest in the world, the green heart of an otherwise generally dry continent. These rainforests have global significance and value as reservoirs of biodiversity, as stores and sinks of atmospheric carbon, as regulators of flow of mighty rivers, as sources of moisture to the atmosphere [...]

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CPDN new website launched

Posted on 23rd May 2013

We hope you like the new website, which has been the result of a lot of hard work by our science team, volunteer moderators and our web designers. We have updated many of the pages and corrected a lot of out-of-date information. If you have any comments to make, please do contact us.

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Posted on 20th March 2013

Atmospheres, Investigating the Weather from Aristotle to Ozone at the Museum of History of Science displays the history of weather recording.

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Weatherathome papers published in Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

Posted on 13th July 2012

Studies to assess whether extreme events can be attributed to climate change are published, with contributions from weatherathome data.

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Posted on 21st May 2012

The meeting in Oxford discussed the power of computers to help understand our future climate, and included weatherathome.

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