“Prediction” or “Projection”?

@article{Bray2009PredictionO,
  title={“Prediction” or “Projection”?},
  author={D. Bray and H. Von storch},
  journal={Science Communication},
  year={2009},
  volume={30},
  pages={534 - 543}
}
A survey among climate scientists is used to examine the terminology concerning two key concepts in climate science, namely, predictions and projections, as used among climate scientists. The survey data suggest that the terminology used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is not adopted, or only loosely adopted, by a significant minority of scientists. Contrary to established guidelines, approximately 29% of the respondents associate probable developments with projections, and… Expand
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