This may be interesting for anyone who deals with (climate) data or information that inherently contains uncertainty.
There are various presentations from the EQUIP final workshop 'Strengthening resilience through improved treatment of uncertainty in weather, climate and impacts'
Session 3 on day 2 could be particularly useful for more practical examples.
Thanks for the link Imogen. Looking forward to the session!
This is a great resource, thanks for posting!
Interesting stuff, even if most seems very techie...
One of our challenges is to figure out how to bring that kind of information together with our more social analysis.
"took a forward-looking view of uncertainty quantification at both weather and climate timescales".... yeah, this isn't exactly for the layman crowd. Daniel, I imagine by 'social analysis' you mean, making it understandable to more people, right? ;- )
One slides headline really rung true; "what happens when uncertainty is a given?" How do farmers (anywhere in the world for that matter) learn to deal with the increasing unpredictability of weather patterns?