Monthly Archives: February 2022

Moral models

I thought I would highlight a recent video presentation by Eric Winsberg, called Moral Models, Crucial Decisions in the Age of Computer Simulations. Some may remember that Eric co-wrote a post here about extreme weather event attribution. The theme of … Continue reading

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A coupled climate-social system

I came across an interesting paper by Frances Moore and colleagues that considers [d]eterminants of emissions pathways in the coupled climate–social system. In the context of climate science, models that consider both the climate and society tend to not be … Continue reading

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A couple of highlights

Since it has been a bit quiet, I thought I might highlight a couple of things the regulars might find of interest. Climate blogging in a post-truth era: Thanks to Stoat, I’ve become aware that Giorgis Zoukas finished his PhD … Continue reading

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