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Dennis Meadows: The influence of long-term global dynamics on climate change

9:30 AM, Tuesday 25 May 2021 EDT (1 hour 15 minutes)
Abstract: Concern about the weather ranges from local, short-term weather reports to projections of global, centuries-long climate trends. The formal models required to provide these various data differ enormously according to the desired time horizon and geographic scope. Professor Meadows will discuss some theoretical considerations and illustrate different approaches.

  • “Part II. Modeling paradigms” in The Electronic Oracle, Computer Models and Social Decisions, D. Meadows and J Robinson, John Wiley & Sons, 1985.

University of New Hampshire
Emeritus Professor, Former Director, Institute for Policy and Social Science Research
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