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End of Species - 18-25 August 2014

"End of species" is a monologue by Australian artist Richard Pettifer, arranged by ASCUS, the art-science collaborative, every day from 18th to 25th August 2014 at 8pm in Summerhall, interweaving his journey over land from Australia to Germany with Charles Darwin's famous journey. After the monologue, Richard had a "fireside chat" with a climate scientist - that was me.

EarthTemp session at EGU 2014 - programme online

The programme for the General Assembly of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna is now online. Our EarthTemp session on "Taking the temperature of the Earth", continuing last year's highly successful session, has been scheduled for Tuesday, 29. April 2014, at 10:30-12:00.

NHG presentations now online

The two presentations (in German) on Climate Change (29 April 2013) and Boreal Forest Fires and Air Quality (1 July 2013), presented at the Society for Natural History (NHG) in Nürnberg, Germany, are now available as PDFs in the section Material.

Position paper on surface temperatures published - comments are welcome

Earth's surface temperatures; from Merchant et al. 2013, GID (CC-BY 3.0)

The EarthTemp community position paper, which reviews the state of art of measuring the surface temperatures of Earth and recommends steps to improve our understanding, has been published as a discussion paper in the open access journal Geoscientific Instrumentation, Methods and Data Systems (Discussions) (GI(D)). As the paper aims to capture a community position and influence future science funding and policy decisions, all interested colleagues are encouraged to submit comments or reviews during the discussion phase (until 6 August) which will then be considered (together with the invited peer-reviews) when preparing the final version of the paper.

Programme EarthTemp Workshop "Extreme regions"

The programm for the EarthTemp Workshop "Characterising surface temperatures in data-sparse and extreme regions (with focus on high-latitude domains)" on the 12.-14. Juni in Copenhagen now available on the EarthTemp website.The workshop focusses on the specific challenges of measuring temperatures in higher latitudes, but it is also open to all researchers from all backgrounds who are interested in exchanging their experiences.

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