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  1. Severe weather event attribution: Why values won't go away. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A. 2020 Winsberg, Eric, Oreskes, Naomi, Lloyd, Elisabeth

    Attribution, Extreme events, Values

  2. Argument-based assessment of predictive uncertainty of data-driven environmental models. Environmental Modelling & Software. 2020 Knüsel, Benedikt, Baumberger, Christoph, Zumwald, Marius, Bresch, David N., Knutti, Reto

    Data, Reliability & uncertainty

  3. Incorporating User Values into Climate Services. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 2019 Parker, Wendy S., Lusk, Greg

    Adaptation, Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  4. Climate Change Attribution: When Is It Appropriate to Accept New Methods? Earth's Future. 2018 Lloyd, Elisabeth A., Oreskes, Naomi

    Attribution, Extreme events, Storylines

  5. Communicating Uncertainty to Policymakers: The Ineliminable Role of Values. Climate Modelling. 2018 Winsberg, Eric

    Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  6. Assessing climate change impacts on extreme weather events: the case for an alternative (Bayesian) approach. Climatic Change. 2017 Mann, Michael E., Lloyd, Elisabeth A., Oreskes, Naomi

    Attribution, Extreme events, Reliability & uncertainty

  7. The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change. Science. 2004 Oreskes, Naomi

    Expert judgement, Reliability & uncertainty

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