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Climate Models and Predictability
A NOAA data buoy in the Atlantic Ocean east of Boston, MA One of the greatest problems with adjusting to climate change is the uncertainty in climate models. Climate scientists use models to demonstrate the statistical likelihood of certain … Continue reading
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Climate Models: Are They Useful?
Uncertainty Does Not Mean Inaction Sound decisions can be made about responding to climate change despite significant uncertainties about future climate because high natural variability emerges during the process of modeling Nepal’s climate. It is important to note that Nepal’s … Continue reading
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