models

Developed by: 
Oxford University
Description: 

ClimatePrediction.net Users map: ClimatePrediction.net Users mapClimatePrediction.net Users map: ClimatePrediction.net Users mapClimateprediction.net is a distributed computing project to produce predictions of the Earth’s climate up to 2100 and to test the accuracy of climate models.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://climateprediction.net/
Contact person: 
Climateprediction.net project co-ordinator
Contact email: 
hiro@atm.ox.ac.uk
Type of access: 
open, participation requires BOINC software (free download) and free account registration at climateprediction.net
Type of information available online: 
raw data, discussion forum, results of experiments, informatoin about climate modelling and experiments
Developed by: 
MIT Center for Collective Intelligence
Description: 

Climate Collaboratorium aims to harness the collective intelligence of thousands of people around the world to address global climate change by developing a global, on-line forum in which people can create, analyze, and ultimately select detailed plans for what we humans can do about global climate change.
Using open modeling, large scale argumentation and group decision-making technologies, the

Go to direct to resource: 
http://www.climatecollaboratorium.org
Contact person: 
Robert Laubacher
Contact email: 
rjl@mit.edu
Type of access: 
open, registration required for posting
Type of information available online: 
Wiki, Debates, Plans, Models
Developed by: 
Climate Interactive
Description: 

The Climate Scoreboard - C-ROADS analysis of Copenhagen Accord Submissions.

Go to direct to resource: 
http://climateinteractive.org/scoreboard
Contact person: 
Climate Interactive
Contact email: 
info@climateinteractive.org
Type of access: 
Open
Type of information available online: 
simulations, video, widgets, graphs, analysis

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