Cambridge University Press (published October/December 2021)
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Other aspects of the book liked by readers:
discussion of the different kinds of models, which is not widely appreciated
explains in detail how models are wrong but still useful
description of the immense complexity and computational requirements of climate models (it takes a lot more than a laptop!)
the notion that we are all steeped in determinism, but shouldn't be
The Physics of Climate Prediction – new book blog post at 1584, the Cambridge Blog
On the Complications of Simplified Models. Talk at Understanding and Modeling the Earth's Climate, a symposium in honor of Isaac Held, October 2018, Princeton, New Jersey. Early exploration of some of the ideas in Chapters 8, 11, 12, 13, and 15: "simplicity vs. complexity", Anna Karenina Principle, Hansen Paradox, Rumsfeld Matrix, and "seriously vs. literally"