Tamsin Edwards, PhD is a climate scientist at the University of Bristol. She uses computer models to study climate change, what impacts climate change has on sea level and the environment, and how confident we can be in our knowledge of the past and our predictions of the future. Tamsin Edwards received her PhD in particle physics, on diffractively produced Z bosons.
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- How to love uncertainty in climate scienceThis is the script of my TEDxCERN talk, a 12-13 minute talk I did from memory. When the video is put online in a week or so, you’ll be able to follow along and see where I fluffed it improvised. … Continue reading »The post How to love uncertainty in climate science appeared first on All Models Are Wrong.
- Open to positive feedbackI’m extremely happy to say that on the 1st October I’ll be taking up a lectureship at the Open University! I’ll be sad to leave Bristol. I’ve spent all my years as a climate scientist there, ever since those running … Continue reading »The post Open to positive feedback appeared first on All Models Are Wrong.
- How to love uncertainty in climate science