Toward integrated historical climate research: the example of Atmospheric Circulation Reconstructions over the Earth
Assessment of long historical reanalyses for use in monitoring and attribution and model validation – ACRE-facilitated 20CR and EU FP7 ERA-CLIM/ERA-CLIM2 reanalyses outputs
International Workshop on the Recovery of Climate Heritage in the Indian Ocean rim Countries and Islands
Spaces of Experience and Horizons of Expectation: the Implications of Extreme Weather Events Past, Present and Future
ABC Science Week 2014 Citizen Science Project: Weather Detective
Scientific American:: New Method Proves-Again-Climate Change Is Real.
Sussex collaboration with British Library and Met Office to understand environmental change in the Indian Ocean
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Sir Charles Todd Weather folios covering the 31 year period 1879-1909: http://www.charlestodd.net/Todd_Folios/
Collaborative Research Network on the Meteorological and Botanical History of the Indian Ocean, 1600-1900
Sidebar piece in the latest State of the Climate in 2011 (Pages 29-30)
Three short visualisations of what the current version of the ACRE-facilitated 20th Century Reanalysis Project (20CR) is producing. These show the global surface pressure and wind field vectors (light blue arrows) for June 1911, July 1924 and October 1987 as generated by 20CR - note that these sequences are only showing some of the global surface fields generated by 20CR, which puts out a series of weather variables at each of 28 levels in the vertical plane up through the atmosphere over the world. Red (blue) isobars are high (low) pressure regions. Coloured dots are the terrestrial and marine weather observations used to create this dynamical reanalysis (reconstruction). Light grey shaded areas are where the current lack of data is making the reanalysis uncertain, and thus present ACRE with the challenge of recovering and digitising lots more historical weather observations in order to improve and extend new versions of the reanalyses and the spatio-temporal products they will produce.