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

    Attribution, Extreme events, Storylines

  2. 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

  3. Values and evidence: how models make a difference. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2017 Parker, Wendy S., Winsberg, Eric

    Probability & possibility, Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  4. Objectivity and a comparison of methodological scenario approaches for climate change research. Synthese. 2013 Lloyd, Elisabeth A., Schweizer, Vanessa J.

    Predictions and projections

  5. Values and Uncertainties in the Predictions of Global Climate Models. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal. 2012 Winsberg, Eric

    Predictions and projections, Reliability & uncertainty, Values

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  1. The value of values in climate science. Nature Climate Change. 2022 Pulkkinen, Karoliina, Undorf, Sabine, Bender, Frida, Wikman-Svahn, Per, Doblas-Reyes, Francisco, Flynn, Clare, Hegerl, Gabriele C., Jönsson, Aiden, Leung, Gah-Kai, Roussos, Joe, Shepherd, Theodore G., Thompson, Erica

    Value-free ideal, Values

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    One of the first papers outside the philosophy of science literature explicitly acknowledging the role of non-epistemic values in climate science and climate modelling.

  2. Climate scientists set the bar of proof too high. Climatic Change. 2021 Lloyd, Elisabeth A., Oreskes, Naomi, Seneviratne, Sonia I., Larson, Edward J.

    Attribution, Climate change communication, Values