Saturday, February 18, 2017

On Klimazwiebel

The discussion on the thread "hottest year on record" has moved away from the original topic and has focussed on the merits, and limits of this blog, the Klimazwiebel, which was set up in 2009.

We ask to continue the debate on this thread; the other one will be ended. An issue is if it is meaningful to continue this blog, or if it should be ended or paused. An option is also if members of the team would start their own blogs, possibly with a somewhat different profile of topics.

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Hans von Storch's talk on the occasion of Nico Stehr's 70th birthday

Social Science ? A Must for Climate Research

This is the written version of a talk given at the symposium "Social Knowledge and Knowledgeable Society" in Friedrichshafen on the occasion of Nico Stehr's 70th birthday. It will be published later in a collection of papers on the occasion of that event. It is now a bit older, from 2011, but I think it may be interesting to learn how things have developped in recent decades.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Bray-and-von Storch surveys: aspects of models' skill and confidence in results evaluated

The article "Models, manifestation and attribution of climate change" by  Hans von Storch, Dennis Bray has been published by the Polish journal "Meteorology Hydrology and Water Management" (vol. 5; (1): 47-52). It is the first article, which covers all five surveys

Interview mit Hartmut Heinrich

Im Laufe der Jahre habe ich eine ganze Reihe ausführlicher Interviews mit Klimaforschern gemacht . Jetzt ist ein Weiteres hinzugekommen: "Hartmut Heinrich - der unbekannte weltberühmte Kliamforscher aus Hamburg", diesmal gemeinsam mit meinem Kollegen Kay Emeis - unser Gesprächspartner war Hartmut Heinrich. Erschienen ist das Interview auf Academia.