This episode, part of our new season about the often unexpected stories behind climate data, features conversations with two scientists involved in the wide-ranging field of climate modeling, from its origins in the first half of the 20th century all the way to the latest developments and uses of these important tools.
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WISCON, the annual feminist science fiction and fantasy conference:
More on Ramesh’s Mario Bros. analogy:
For more information on our two guests, Dr. Warren Washington and Dr. Geeta Persad, please see the links below:
Dr. Washington’s website:
Dr. Washington’s autobiography, Odyssey in Climate Modeling, Global Warming, and Advising Five Presidents:
Video Oral History with Dr. Warren Washington by Oregon State University
Dr. Geeta Persad’s website:
The publication mentioned by Dr. Persad on the different effects of emitting identical aerosols in different parts of the world:
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