We’re pleased to announce that we will be adding a new regional model to our weather@home regional modelling experiments, covering Mexico and parts of North and South America.
Climate scientists, including climateprediction.net’s Dr Friederike Otto and Professor Myles Allen, are calling for an overhaul of the way climate change pledges are assessed, in order to avoid ‘indefinite procrastination’ on designing efficient mitigation policies.
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 […]
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.
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.