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References (17)

References published this year, ordered by earliest, online or print, publication date.

  1. Getting (even more) serious about similarity. Biology & Philosophy. 2013 Parker, Wendy S.

    Adequacy-for-purpose, Confirmation & evaluation

  2. The Myopia of Imperfect Climate Models: The Case of UKCP09. Philosophy of Science. 2013 Frigg, Roman, Smith, Leonard A., Stainforth, David A.

    Hawkmoth effect, Reliability & uncertainty

  3. Chaos, Plurality, and Model Metrics in Climate Science. In Models, Simulations, and the Reduction of Complexity. 2013 Betz, Gregor

    Reliability & uncertainty

  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. Severe testing of climate change hypotheses. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 2013 Katzav, Joel

    Confirmation & evaluation

  6. Values and Uncertainty in Simulation Models. Erkenntnis. 2013 Morrison, Margaret

    Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  7. How Uncertain Do We Need to Be? Erkenntnis. 2013 Williamson, Jon

    Communication of uncertainties, Expert judgement, Probability & possibility, Reliability & uncertainty

  8. Climate Change Policy: What Do the Models Tell Us? Journal of Economic Literature. 2013 Pindyck, Robert S

    Adequacy-for-purpose, Cost-benefit analysis, Integrated Assessment Models (IAMs), Values

  9. Climate Models, Calibration, and Confirmation. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 2013 Steele, Katie, Werndl, Charlotte

    Calibration/tuning, Confirmation & evaluation

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    A discussion of the problem of double-counting in climate modeling, specifically when the same evidence is used to both calibrate a model and then confirm the adequacy of the results. Steele and Werndl turn to a Baysian approach to argue for a method of incremental confirmation, making double-counting unproblematic. For a response to this argument see Mathias Frisch’s 2015 paper “Predictivism and old evidence: a critical look at climate model tuning”.

  10. Ensemble modeling, uncertainty and robust predictions. WIREs Climate Change. 2013 Parker, Wendy S.

    Ensemble methods, Reliability & uncertainty, Robustness

  11. Reconceptualizing the ‘Anthropos’ in the Anthropocene: Integrating the social sciences and humanities in global environmental change research. Environmental Science & Policy. 2013 Palsson, Gisli, Szerszynski, Bronislaw, Sörlin, Sverker, Marks, John, Avril, Bernard, Crumley, Carole, Hackmann, Heide, Holm, Poul, Ingram, John, Kirman, Alan, Buendía, Mercedes Pardo, Weehuizen, Rifka


  12. Hybrid Models, Climate Models, and Inference to the Best Explanation. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 2013 Katzav, Joel

    Confirmation & evaluation, Understanding & explanation

  13. Modeling Climate Policies: A Critical Look at Integrated Assessment Models. Philosophy & Technology. 2013 Frisch, Mathias

    Understanding & explanation, Values

  14. In defence of the value free ideal. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2013 Betz, Gregor

    Value-free ideal, Values

  15. An expert judgement assessment of future sea level rise from the ice sheets. Nature Climate Change. 2013 Bamber, J. L., Aspinall, W. P.

    Expert judgement

  16. Climate Engineering. In Handbuch Technikethik. 2013 Betz, Gregor

  17. Probabilistic Forecasting: Why Model Imperfection Is a Poison Pill. In New Challenges to Philosophy of Science. 2013 Frigg, Roman, Bradley, Seamus, Machete, Reason L., Smith, Leonard A.

    Hawkmoth effect, Reliability & uncertainty