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My research interests focus around the detection and attribution of climate change and of its effects on human and natural systems. Essentially this means trying to figure out whether and by how much human activities are causing various aspects of the climate system to change, and trying to figure out whether and by how much those changes in the climate system are affecting human and natural systems.

My recent focus has been on the attribution of changes in the chances of extreme weather events, such as extremely hot seasons or wet seasons. A particular goal is to focus on the attribution of the risk of damage. It is not entirely clear how this can be done systematically, but we are testing various options.



    • RESEARCH •
  • Publications
  • C20C+ D&A Project (The International CLIVAR Climate of the 20th Century Plus Detection and Attribution Project)
  • DAMIP (the CMIP6 Detection and Attribution Model Intercomparison Project)
  • FRACTAL (Future Resilience for African Cities and Lands)
  • HAPPI (Half a degree Additional warming: Prognosis and Projected Impacts)
  • The Weather Risk Attribution Forecast
  • Whakahura: Extreme Events and the Emergence of Climate Change

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Last updated: 13 August 2022

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