How anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions are changing the odds of individual extreme weather events – a communication opportunity
Posted on 27th January 2015
This is an article by our Science Coordinator, Dr Friederike Otto, about the science behind attributing extreme weather events to climate change.
EPSRC funded PhD in Mathematics at University of Exeter
Posted on 20th January 2015
Disentangling the impact of land use on climate change with Big Data There’s a funded PhD available at the University of Exeter, working with Prof Peter Cox and Dr Margriet Groenendijk. Application deadline: 13th February 2015
Website up and running again
Posted on 6th January 2015
I’m pleased to let you know that the website is now up and running again, after being down over Christmas. Sorry if this caused any inconvenience. From everyone in the CPDN team, we hope you had a lovely Christmas and New Year!
Europe’s Record Heat Directly Tied to Climate Change
Posted on 18th December 2014
As 2014 comes to a close, Europe is virtually certain to lock in its hottest year in more than 500 years, and according to research by three independent teams of climate scientists, including climateprediction.net, the record can be closely attributed to climate change.
New publication on the experimental setup of weather@home
Posted on 30th October 2014
A paper detailing the model development, experimental setup and validation of the weather@home project has been published in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. The paper is open access and is available to read here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/qj.2455/abstract