Dan Satterfield on Why and How Weather and Climate Models Work

See http://blogs.agu.org/wildwildscience/2014/08/10/weather-climate-models-work-meteorologists-learn-calculus/.

50 minute summary lecture there, by Professor Margot Gerritsen, embedded below, if you really want to know why and how. You, of course, don’t need to know. But, then, don’t criticize climate models, because you’ll be doing it without knowing what you’re talking about.

Also check out Dr Gavin Schmidt’s TED Talk on same theme.

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