CLEX Chief Investigator Prof Christian Jakob at a recent Monash University STEM talk takes his audience into the world of climate models. It’s a talk that looks under the hood to see what powers modern climate models. Along the way he explains how climate models work, how they project future climates, where the uncertainties lie and digs down into the processes to give an insight into what they really are.
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Research brief: Improving assimilation of radiance observations by implementing model space localisation in an ensemble Kalman filter
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