New Weather@Home Project – Were Recent UK Floods Due to Climate Change?

Posted on 4th March 2014

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.

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First meeting of new climate modelling and extreme event attribution project, EUCLEIA

Posted on 13th February 2014

Project scientists from 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?”

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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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Results from the BBC climate change experiment

Posted on 3rd March 2012

Results form the BBC climate change experiment suggest that global warming of 3 degrees Celsius by 2050 is as equally likely as a rise of 1.4 degrees.

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First results from weatherathome experiment

Posted on 23rd February 2012

Results from the weatherathome experiment help resolve a contradiction between research papers.

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