The Seasonal Attribution Project, a spin-off of Climateprediction.net, seeks to determine the extent to which extreme weather events are attributable to human-induced climate change. Its application

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Message 30007 - Posted: 15 Mar 2006, 0:00:00 UTC

The Seasonal Attribution Project, a spin-off of Climateprediction.net, seeks to determine the extent to which extreme weather events are attributable to human-induced climate change. Its application is a high-resolution simulation of the world's climate, and is recommended only for computers with at least 1 GB of RAM, and a 2.4GHz Pentium or faster processor.
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Message boards : News : The Seasonal Attribution Project, a spin-off of Climateprediction.net, seeks to determine the extent to which extreme weather events are attributable to human-induced climate change. Its application

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