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Profile Hannah Rowlands
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Message 48513 - Posted: 24 Mar 2014, 14:18:47 UTC

Hi,

Just a heads up to you all that we will be launching another new regional attribution experiment this week, this time looking at the recent heatwaves in Australia and drought in New Zealand.

You can read more about the experiment on our website:
http://www.climateprediction.net/weatherathome/australia-new-zealand-heat-waves/

We'll be adding another video to this page shortly, by Suzanne Rosier, talking about the New Zealand drought.

Many thanks in advance for helping us crunch the models!

Best wishes,
Hannah
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Message 48544 - Posted: 26 Mar 2014, 16:53:20 UTC - in response to Message 48513.

You've probably already noticed this, but the ANZ experiment is now live and crunching (as it were)!

There's been a bit of press interest in this one - there are links at the bottom of the news article about it on the website:
http://www.climateprediction.net/launch-of-new-weatherhome-experiment-on-the-causes-of-recent-heatwaves-and-drought-in-australia-and-new-zealand/

Should be interesting to see what results we get from these regional attribution models.

Thanks again for your support on the project,

Best wishes,
Hannah
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Message 48666 - Posted: 1 Apr 2014, 12:09:58 UTC - in response to Message 48544.
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Thanks Hannah,


Exposure of the new Australia-NZ project on tv3 in NZ led me to join up.

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Message 49173 - Posted: 20 May 2014, 14:32:37 UTC

Listen to David Karoly talking about ANZ weather@home on ABC Radio
http://www.climateprediction.net/listen-to-david-karoly-talking-aboutanz-weatherhome-on-abc-radio/

Hi,

You might be interested to listen to Professor David Karoly talking about our current Australia & New Zealand heatwaves and droughts experiment on ABC Radio Science Show.

Listen to this show on the ABC Radio website.

Thanks,
Hannah[/img]
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Message 49281 - Posted: 1 Jun 2014, 16:48:43 UTC

Just wondering if any of my computer's hard work - certainly not my hard work - found its way into the latest IPCC report.

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Message 49283 - Posted: 2 Jun 2014, 3:45:15 UTC - in response to Message 49281.

No, because your computer has crashed just about every data set sent to it.

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Message 49284 - Posted: 2 Jun 2014, 10:31:11 UTC - in response to Message 49281.
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[Steve wrote:]Just wondering if any of my computer's hard work - certainly not my hard work - found its way into the latest IPCC report.
The IPCC AR5 report is online at Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis. If you look at Chapter 9, for example, and search for "Allen", then any paper featuring "M Allen" or "M R Allen" would act as a good proxy for output by this project, since Myles Allen is the project leader. Of course he may contribute to papers that are not based on CPDN and you may have run models that contributed to other papers. But if your question is effectively "does CPDN contribute at the highest level?" then the answer is "yes!"

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Message 49354 - Posted: 13 Jun 2014, 21:04:18 UTC

Good early morning from Australia. I have been trying to add weather@home to my tasks but seem unable to find it, would somebody guide me to the location etc. I have hit add a projec on Boinic but no luck.
Have an uncomplicated day

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Message 49355 - Posted: 13 Jun 2014, 22:09:54 UTC - in response to Message 49354.

weather@home is the same as Climateprediction.net. It's a simplified access for people who've never run any BOINC projects before.
The only models available under that access method, are the regional models, also know as Weather@home models.
See the Server Status page in the blue menu to the left, 5 from the bottom for a list.

You're already attached, so there's nothing else to do, except wait a few weeks until more work becomes available.

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