Monthly Archives: April 2015

Let’s talk about science at work!

The last two posts are a perfect example of the scientific process at work. My efforts to determine the confidence in our data has many potential flaws and biases…but I had to start somewhere! Much of science is trial and … Continue reading

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Confidence (Continued)

Over the past week, I have been continuing the confidence analysis which was introduced in last week’s post. This analysis is proving to be extremely worth-while, allowing me to both assign a level of confidence to each Extreme Climate Index … Continue reading

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Confidence is Key

Everyone needs confidence! But confidence is especially needed when it comes to data analysis and climate research. Weather is complex and is best summed up by the famous quote: “Climate is what you expect, weather is what you get.” Participants … Continue reading

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Combining minds to help prepare for the future

On Tuesday, March 30th, this project had its second Think Tank workshop. Representatives from the National Center for Coastal Ocean Science (NOAA), the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserves of Maryland and Virginia, Chesapeake Environmental Communications, and University of Maryland … Continue reading

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