Monthly Archives: March 2011

Climate Models

This week we’ll be looking at running some experiments with climate models. Before we get started, it’s helpful to understand the different types of models that are created for different purposes. In a paper published last year in Nature, Moss … Continue reading

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I’m curious, lots of companies pursue the “sustainability plans”, lots of people live the “sustainable lifestyle”, but seriously, what is “sustainability”? Soon in our class, I will be presenting a presentation on “sustainability” with my classmates Tony and Michelle, and … Continue reading

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Assignment 3

For assignment 3, you are to work in teams of four or five people. You are asked to design a scientific experiment that is relevant to tackling climate change. You won’t be expected to perform the experiment, but you will … Continue reading

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Presentation Schedule

Folks – here’s the schedule for your presentations over the next few weeks: Thursday 10 March 2:10pm Dustin, Jessica — Al Gore’s new thoughts on climate change 2:25pm Lindsay, Mateo — Climate change threatens Europe’s living standards 2:40pm Aron, Kalkidan … Continue reading

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