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Python in Climate Science

Episode #134, published Thu, Oct 19, 2017, recorded Mon, Oct 16, 2017

What is the biggest challenge facing human civilization right now? Fake news, poverty, hunger? Yes, all of those are huge problems right now. Well, if climate change kicks in, you can bet it will amplify these problems and more. That's why it's critical that we get answers and fundamental models to help understand where we are, where we are going, and how we can improve things.

On this episode, you'll meet Dr. Damien Irving. He's a climate science researcher using Python to understand what the climate models are telling us.

Links from the show

Damien on the web:
Damien on Twitter: @DrClimate
Python for the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences blog:
Software Carpentry:
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Damien Irving
Damien Irving
Dr. Damien Irving is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Climate Science at CSIRO and a strong advocate for open and reproducible science. Possibly best well-known for his "Dr. Climate" blog on research best practice in the atmosphere and ocean sciences, Damien is the co-coordinator of Software Carpentry activities in Australia and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Open Research Software. He is also the global coordinator of the Research Bazaar, which is an annual, worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the center of modern research.
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