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Coping with Deep Uncertainty: jellyfish, super-storms and nuclear stewardship (Audio)
Recorded on: 15 March 2017Duration: 1:29:53 minutesPresented as part of LSE WorksWatch video
Doing science in the dark
Recorded on: 29 October 2014Duration: 1:30:08 minutesPresented as part of the 2014 Library Speaker Series on Climate Change: The Philosophical Issues at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy, Western University, Canada.
Clarity before consensus
Recorded on: 26 October 2014Duration: 1:04:13 minutesPresented at: 'Knowledge and models in climate science: philosophical, historical and scientific perspectives' conference at the Rotman Institute of Philosophy, Western University, Canada.
Improving weather forecasts to avert disruptions, damage and disaster
Recorded on: 9 October 2014Duration: 7:06 minutesProduced as part of the LSE REF 2014 Impact Case Studies.
Types of uncertainty, kinds of probability, and (re)designing climate simulation from scratch
Recorded on: 7 October 2013Duration: 1:23:08 minutesPresented at: 'The roles of oceans in climate uncertainty' workshop 6-11 October 2013, Banff International Research Station, Canada
Aims and means of supermodeling by cross-pollination in time
Recorded on: 6 September 2013Duration: 01:00:59 minutesPresented at: SUMO summer school on Non-Linear Dynamics Machine Learning and Climate Modeling, Ohrid 2013
Model error and data assimilation
Recorded on: 15 July 2011Duration: 8:17 minutesPresented at: Data Assimilation Research Program - International Centre for Theoretical Sciences
The Geometry of Data Assimilation 2: gradient descent (GD) and indistinguishable states importance sampler (ISIS)
Recorded on: 12 July 2011Duration: 1:03:41 minutesPresented at: Data Assimilation Research Program - International Centre for Theoretical Sciences
The Geometry of Data Assimilation in Maths, Physics, Forecasting and Decision Support
Recorded on: 11 July 2011Duration: 1:26:07 minutesPresented at: Data Assimilation Research Program - International Centre for Theoretical Sciences
One two three more: challenges to describing a warmer world
Recorded on: 28-30 September 2009Duration: 0:21:36 minutesPresented at: '4 degrees and beyond' Conference, Oxford.
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