Philosophy Compass 10 (12):965-977 (2015)

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Charlotte Sophie Werndl
London School of Economics
Roman Frigg
London School of Economics
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This is the second of three parts of an introduction to the philosophy of climate science. In this second part about modelling climate change, the topics of climate modelling, confirmation of climate models, the limits of climate projections, uncertainty and finally model ensembles will be discussed.
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