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Homogenization report

This guest post is written by Daniel Rothenberg, who worked all summer on homogenization code, thanks to the excellent Google Summer of Code. This is his third post, here are the first and second. As you may recall, I spent … Continue reading

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Common Climate Project demonstration

This guest post is written by Hannah Aizenman, who worked all summer on the Common Climate Project, thanks to the excellent Google Summer of Code. The summer is now past, and Hannah has built a useful demonstrator website. This is … Continue reading

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ccc-gistemp summer project update

This guest post is written by Filipe Fernandes, who worked all summer on our ccc-gistemp project, thanks to the excellent Google Summer of Code. The summer is now past, although Filipe continues to work on our code. This is his … Continue reading

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Homogenization project progress

This guest post is written by Daniel Rothenberg, one of our Google Summer of Code students, who is working on a library for climate record homogenization. His previous post introduced his project. At the halfway point in my Google Summer … Continue reading

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Making ccc-gistemp more user-friendly

This guest post is written by Filipe Fernandes, one of our Google Summer of Code students, who is working on our ccc-gistemp project. His previous post introduced his project. Hello, my name is Filipe Fernandes and I’m a Google Summer … Continue reading

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First code for Common Climate Project

This guest post is written by Hannah Aizenman, one of our Google Summer of Code students, who is working on a web-based visualisation tool for reconstructions of late Holocene temperatures, for the Common Climate Project (CCP). Since my last blog … Continue reading

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Welcome Daniel Rothenberg

This guest post is written by Daniel Rothenberg, one of our Google Summer of Code students. As a meteorologist and student of climate science, I’m fascinated by the atmosphere and the weather it produces. Throughout my studies, I’ve learned to … Continue reading

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Welcome Hannah Aizenman

This guest post is written by Hannah Aizenman, one of our Google Summer of Code students. If you’ve been interested in climate for a while (or longer than 15 minutes) you’ve probably heard of the hockey-stick, or the East Anglia … Continue reading

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Welcome Filipe Fernandes

This guest post is written by Filipe Fernandes, one of our Google Summer of Code students. My name is Filipe Fernandes. I am a PhD candidate at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology, or SMAST. … Continue reading

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Google Summer of Code projects

Today Google announced the final selection of successful proposals for Google Summer of Code. The Climate Code Foundation is very grateful to Google for sponsoring three of our projects: Hannah Aizenman, who will start development on the new ‘Open Climate … Continue reading

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