Joined: 7 May 17
Recently a news site highlighted Prof Myles Allen's paper "Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 °C"; was any of the modeling work for this paper done via CPDN? IIUC Allen was one of the founders of CPDN...
(Or more broadly, have there been any 2017 publications based on cpdn work?)
Joined: 7 Aug 04
I don't recognize any of the researchers with known cpdn connections in the references, unless they are co-authors with Myles. That doesn't mean nothing was taken from cpdn modeling results, just that it is hard to tell from the abstract and references if there was any significant connection.
I don't doubt that there have been 2017 publication, but the list of cpdn related publications is only updated a couple times a year, and none have been added for 2017. http://www.climateprediction.net/publications/
Joined: 16 Jan 10
Here is a list of discussions relating to this publication, including the recent comments by the authors in response to comments by climate scientists.
Guest post: Authors respond to misinterpretations of their 1.5C carbon budget paper - CarbonBrief, 28.09.17
Right-wing media could not be more wrong about the 1.5°C carbon budget paper - SkepticalScience (and Guardian), 27.09.17
Episode 19: Climate Communication Own Goals - Evidence Squared, 26.09.17
Is there really still a chance for staying below 1.5 °C global warming? - RealClimate, 22.09.17
When media sceptics misrepresent our climate research we must speak out - Guardian, 21.09.17
Factcheck: Climate models have not ‘exaggerated’ global warming - CarbonBrief, 21.09.17
Clarification on recent press coverage of our '1.5 degrees' paper in Nature Geoscience - Oxford Martin School, 20.09.17
Why the 1.5C warming limit is not yet a geophysical impossibility - Oxford Martin School, 19.09.17
Guest post: Why the 1.5C warming limit is not yet a geophysical impossibility - CarbonBrief, 18.09.17