By Justyna Zander, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, and Fraunhofer Institute FOKUS, Berlin, Germany

Excerpt: Recently, the attention around climate change and global warming has been raised in the context of the models capabilities, their predictive power, and the reliability of the results. In the proceedings, a few examples of failures in climate models and their execution are pointed out, main reasons of the problems are discussed, and a novel perspective on analysis of those issues is proposed. The sources of information are extensively referenced to the multimedia publications elsewhere.

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