Quantifying statistical uncertainty in the attribution of human influence on severe weather

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Christopher J. Paciorek; Dáithí A. Stone; Michael F. Wehner;
(2018)

© 2018 The Authors Event attribution in the context of climate change seeks to understand the role of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions on extreme weather events, either specific events or classes of events. A common approach to event attribution uses climate model... View more
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