Spinning up the past, present and future climate

In mid April ResClim organised a workshop with Jack Soper on creating scientific podcasts. During this workshop I produced a podcast about my part of the Organic project at Uni Research Climate and University of Bergen. The basis for the monologue was a short description of my part for the webpage of the project that I adapted for audio during the course.

If you want to now more about the workshop I recommend the snack by Ashley Braunthal, which also attended the workshop: “‘DIY’ Journalism for Scientists through Scientific Podcasting“. She also has created her own podcast-series The SedWhat Podcast.

So here is an introduction to how earth system models create a simulation of the climate and why we need to spin them up properly:

Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music

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