Monthly Archives: July 2015
Weather@home 2015 Western US Drought: All models have been sent out, about half have come back
Posted on 23rd July 2015
So, thanks to the fantastic efforts of our volunteers, all 22,000 models for this experiment have now been downloaded to run on people’s home computers, and nearly half have finished running and have been uploaded back to our servers. The plots for the results so far have been updated to include all the models that […]
New Climatology Results for Western US Drought Experiment
Posted on 15th July 2015
We now have the first results for our Climatological simulations, investigating the influence of removing the ‘blob’ of warm sea surface temperatures off the western US coast.
Update: Heatwave Twice as Likely Due to Climate Change
Posted on 9th July 2015
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.
Preliminary Results for Western US Drought – 607 Models
Posted on 7th July 2015
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.
Climate Change Plays Significant Role in European Heat Wave
Posted on 2nd July 2015
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.