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2018

References (19)

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

  1. Holism, or the Erosion of Modularity: A Methodological Challenge for Validation. Philosophy of Science. 2018 Lenhard, Johannes

    Confirmation & evaluation, Confirmational holism

  2. What does robustness teach us in climate science: a re-appraisal. Synthese. 2018 Winsberg, Eric

    Confirmation & evaluation, Ensemble methods, Robustness, Values

  3. Climate and Simulation. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. 2018 Gramelsberger, Gabriele

    Confirmation & evaluation

  4. Gaia 2.0. Science. 2018 Lenton, Timothy M., Latour, Bruno

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

  5. Structuring Decisions Under Deep Uncertainty. Topoi. 2018 Helgeson, Casey

    Decision-making

  6. Trajectories of the Earth System in the Anthropocene. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2018 Steffen, Will, Rockström, Johan, Richardson, Katherine, Lenton, Timothy M., Folke, Carl, Liverman, Diana, Summerhayes, Colin P., Barnosky, Anthony D., Cornell, Sarah E., Crucifix, Michel, Donges, Jonathan F., Fetzer, Ingo, Lade, Steven J., Scheffer, Marten, Winkelmann, Ricarda, Schellnhuber, Hans Joachim

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

  7. Issues in the theoretical foundations of climate science. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics. 2018 Katzav, Joel, Parker, Wendy S.

    Climate & climate change, Theoretical foundations, Variability

  8. Combining probability with qualitative degree-of-certainty metrics in assessment. Climatic Change. 2018 Helgeson, Casey, Bradley, Richard, Hill, Brian

    Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty

  9. Model-Selection Theory: The Need for a More Nuanced Picture of Use-Novelty and Double-Counting. The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. 2018 Steele, Katie, Werndl, Charlotte

    Calibration/tuning, Confirmation & evaluation

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    A discussion regarding double-counting in climate modeling, arguing that the use-novel intuition largely held in the scientific community, that data used in tuning cannot be used in confirmation, is too crude. Steele and Werndl maintain that the prominent logics of confirmation do not, for varying reasons, support this intuitive position in full.

  10. Philosophy and Climate Science. 2018 Winsberg, Eric

  11. Abrupt Climate Change in an Oscillating World. Scientific Reports. 2018 Bathiany, S., Scheffer, M., van Nes, E. H., Williamson, M. S., Lenton, T. M.

    Abrupt changes & tipping points

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

    Attribution, Extreme events, Storylines

  13. On Rationales for Cognitive Values in the Assessment of Scientific Representations. Journal for General Philosophy of Science. 2018 Hirsch Hadorn, Gertrude

    Confirmation & evaluation

  14. Modeling Climate Policies: The Social Cost of Carbon and Uncertainties in Climate Predictions. Climate Modelling. 2018 Frisch, Mathias

    Reliability & uncertainty

  15. Climate Model Confirmation: From Philosophy to Predicting Climate in the Real World. Climate Modelling. 2018 Knutti, Reto

    Confirmation & evaluation, Predictions and projections

  16. Building Trust, Removing Doubt? Robustness Analysis and Climate Modeling. Climate Modelling. 2018 Odenbaugh, Jay

    Confirmation & evaluation, Robustness

  17. The Significance of Robust Climate Projections. Climate Modelling. 2018 Parker, Wendy S.

    Confirmation & evaluation, Ensemble methods, Reliability & uncertainty, Robustness, Robustness

  18. Climate Modelling. 2018

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

    Communication of uncertainties, Reliability & uncertainty, Values