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  • 20 Oct 2021

    Why we need an energy convergence of conception of climate change

    As illustrated by the work of the philosopher Thomas Kuhn, our conceptual models, our paradigms, frame our interpretation of data. Today, it is critically important that we share an “energy convergence” view of climate change[1].Climate change is not a sedate, steady drift towards a slightly warmer planet. Rather, what we know is that – as […]

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  • 1 May 2017
    Colin Cotter, Sebastian Reich

    Data Assimilation in Every Day Life

    Computer generated forecasts play an important role in our daily lives, for example, predicting weather or economies.  Forecasts combine computational models of relevant dynamical processes with measured data. Errors are always present through incomplete observations plus imperfections in the model, so forecasts must be constantly calibrated with new data. In the geosciences, this is called […]

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