Tag Archives: climate modelling

Uncertainty quantification and exascale computing in climate science

I was asked to sit on a discussion panel at this meeting on uncertainty quantification (UQ) with exascale computing. I prepared a short statement (below) on future challenges for UQ at exascale, but I would have made a slightly a longer one (below that) if there was time. A great resource for thinking about the […]

Why model climate?

I wrote a talk on climate modelling, aimed at the interested-but-non-specialist public.  Here it is. It touches on: 1) The choices we have to make as a society. 2) The difficulty of doing controlled experiments with a single Earth. 3) The idea of a climate model. 4) A really simple climate model from first principles. […]