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2015

References (28)

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

  1. Climate Change Through the Lens of Feminist Philosophy. In Boston Studies in the Philosophy and History of Science. 2015 Tuana, Nancy

    Social Epistemologies

  2. Philosophy of Climate Science Part I: Observing Climate Change. Philosophy Compass. 2015 Frigg, Roman, Thompson, Erica, Werndl, Charlotte

  3. Philosophy of Climate Science Part II: Modelling Climate Change. Philosophy Compass. 2015 Frigg, Roman, Thompson, Erica, Werndl, Charlotte

  4. Structural Chaos. Philosophy of Science. 2015 Mayo-Wilson, Conor

    Hawkmoth effect

  5. False precision, surprise and improved uncertainty assessment. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 2015 Parker, Wendy S., Risbey, James S.

    Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty

  6. Environmental Science. Oxford Handbooks Online. 2015 Parker, Wendy S.

    Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  7. Making Climate Decisions. Philosophy Compass. 2015 Bradley, Richard, Steele, Katie

    Decision-making, Reliability & uncertainty

  8. Catalogue of abrupt shifts in Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change climate models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2015 Drijfhout, Sybren, Bathiany, Sebastian, Beaulieu, Claudie, Brovkin, Victor, Claussen, Martin, Huntingford, Chris, Scheffer, Marten, Sgubin, Giovanni, Swingedouw, Didier

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

  9. Decision strategies for policy decisions under uncertainties: The case of mitigation measures addressing methane emissions from ruminants. Environmental Science & Policy. 2015 Hirsch Hadorn, Gertrude, Brun, Georg, Soliva, Carla Riccarda, Stenke, Andrea, Peter, Thomas

    Decision-making

  10. Factual and normative dissent in media debates about climate policy. Climatic Change. 2015 Betz, Gregor

  11. On the Politics of the Anthropocene. 2015 Luke, T. W.

    Anthropocene

  12. Introduction to the Special Issue on Philosophy and Climate Science. Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 2015 Winsberg, Eric

    Attribution, Extreme events, Storylines, Values

  13. The unseen uncertainties in climate change: reviewing comprehension of an IPCC scenario graph. Climatic Change. 2015 McMahon, Rosemarie, Stauffacher, Michael, Knutti, Reto

    Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty, Understanding & explanation

  14. Global Climate Modeling as Applied Science. Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 2015 Goodwin, William M.

    Confirmation & evaluation

  15. Uncertainties, Plurality, and Robustness in Climate Research and Modeling: On the Reliability of Climate Prognoses. Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 2015 Leuschner, Anna

    Ensemble methods, Reliability & uncertainty, Robustness

  16. Climate skepticism and the manufacture of doubt: can dissent in science be epistemically detrimental? European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Biddle, Justin B., Leuschner, Anna

    Climate change communication, Communication of uncertainties, Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty, Values

  17. The future of climate modeling. Climatic Change. 2015 Katzav, Joel, Parker, Wendy S.

    Confirmation & evaluation

  18. An assessment of the foundational assumptions in high-resolution climate projections: the case of UKCP09. Synthese. 2015 Frigg, Roman, Smith, Leonard A., Stainforth, David A.

    Regional climate modelling, Reliability & uncertainty

  19. Climate change tipping points: origins, precursors, and debates. WIREs Climate Change. 2015 Russill, Chris

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

  20. Who speaks for the future of Earth? How critical social science can extend the conversation on the Anthropocene. Global Environmental Change. 2015 Lövbrand, Eva, Beck, Silke, Chilvers, Jason, Forsyth, Tim, Hedrén, Johan, Hulme, Mike, Lidskog, Rolf, Vasileiadou, Eleftheria

    Anthropocene

  21. Introduction to Assessing climate models: knowledge, values and policy. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Katzav, Joel, Parker, Wendy S.

    Confirmation & evaluation, Values

  22. Stochastic integrated assessment of climate tipping points indicates the need for strict climate policy. Nature Climate Change. 2015 Lontzek, Thomas S., Cai, Yongyang, Judd, Kenneth L., Lenton, Timothy M.

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

  23. Predictivism and old evidence: a critical look at climate model tuning. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Frisch, Mathias

    Calibration/tuning, Confirmation & evaluation, Confirmational holism

  24. Predictivism and old evidence: a critical look at climate model tuning. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Frisch, Mathias

    Calibration/tuning, Confirmation & evaluation

  25. Are climate models credible worlds? Prospects and limitations of possibilistic climate prediction. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Betz, Gregor

    Probability & possibility, Reliability & uncertainty

  26. Model robustness as a confirmatory virtue: The case of climate science. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A. 2015 Lloyd, Elisabeth A.

    Confirmation & evaluation, Robustness, Values

  27. Distinguishing between legitimate and illegitimate values in climate modeling. European Journal for Philosophy of Science. 2015 Intemann, Kristen

    Values

  28. How earth science has become a social science. Historical Social Research. 2015 Oreskes, Naomi

    Earth System Science, Social Epistemologies, Values

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