Climate Twins - An Attempt to Quantify Climatological Similarities

@inproceedings{Ungar2011ClimateT,
  title={Climate Twins - An Attempt to Quantify Climatological Similarities},
  author={Joachim Ungar and Jan Peters-Anders and Wolfgang Loibl},
  booktitle={ISESS},
  year={2011}
}
As climate change appears, strategies and actions will be necessary to cope with its effects on environment and society in the coming decades. Current climate conditions can be observed everywhere in the world but future climate conditions can only be estimated through climate simulations which produce huge amounts of quantitative data. This data leads to statements like “temperature increase is expected to exceed 2.6◦C” or similar and remain fuzzy to non-experts in climate research. The… CONTINUE READING

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