Conjoint publication:

Matthias Heymann (Arhus), Gabriele Gramelsberger (Berlin), Martin Mahony (London) (eds.): Cultures of Prediction (in preperation for 2015/2016). Authors: Nils Randlev Hundebol, Helene Guillemot, Matthijs V. Kouw, Christoph Rosol, Johann Feichter, Matthias Heymann, Gabriele Gramelsberger, Martin Mahony, and others.

Selection of papers and volumes of the network participants, which are of interest in the context of the network’s topic.

Silke Beck (2012): The challenges of building cosmopolitan climate expertise - with reference to Germany. In: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change: Vol. 3/1, pp. 1-17.

Silke Beck (2011): Moving Beyond the Linear Model of Expertise? IPCC and the Test of Adaptation. In: Regional Environmental Change, Vol.11/2, pp. 297-306.

Juan Duran (2011 in press): Computer simulations and traditional experimentation: from a material point of view, in: Thinking machines and the philosophy of computer science: Concepts and principles. J. Vallverdu (ed.), In press.

Fischer-Bruns, I., Johann Feichter, S. Kloster, and A. Schneidereit) (2010): How present aerosol pollution from North America impacts North Atlantic climate, TELLUS A, 62, 4, 579-589.

Johann Feichter, Leisner, T. (2009): Climate engineering: A critical review of approaches to modify the global energy balance, European Physical Journal - special topics, Vol 176, pp 81-92

Gabriele Gramelsberger, Johann Feichter (eds., 2011): Climate Change and Policy. The Calculability of Climate Change and the Challenge of Uncertainty, Springer: Heidelberg, Berlin, New York

Gabriele Gramelsberger: Conceiving processes in atmospheric models - General equations, subscale parameterizations, and 'superparameterizations', in: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 41, 2010, 233-241

Gabriele Gramelsberger (ed., 2011): From Science to Computational Sciences. Studies in the History of Computing and its Influence of Todays Sciences, diaphanes: Zurich, Berlin

Helene Guillemot (2010): Connections between simulations and observation in climate computer modeling. Scientist’s practices and “bottom-up epistemology” lessons, in: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics, 41, 2010, 242-252

Dahan, A., Helene Guillemot (2008): Climate Change: Scientific Dynamics, Expertise and Political Challenges, in: Science and Soverainty, Paradeise, C. (ed.), Routledge, New York

Matthias Heymann, Helge Kragh (eds. 2010): Modelling and Simulation in the Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Special Issue of Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 4/3, 193-292

Matthias Heymann (2010): The evolution of climate ideas and knowledge, in: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1/4, 581-597

Matthias Heymann (2009): Natural Disaster and Environmental Coherence : Lessons from a Storm Flood and a Hurricane, in: Weather, Local Knowledge and Everyday Life: Issues in Integrated Climate Studies. ed. / Vladimir Jankovic ; Christina Barboza. Rio de Janeiro: MAST, 99-106

Nils Randlev Hundebol, Matthias Heymann (2009): The Project of MECCA : A case study on energy-industry funded climate science in the early 1990's, in: XXIII International Congress of History of Science and Technology - Ideas and Instruments in Social Context, Hungary, Budapest 28-07-09 → 02-08-09, Conference Abstract

Mike Hulme (2012): 'Telling a different tale’: literary, historical and meteorological reading of a Norfolk heatwave. Climatic Change 113(10), 5-21.

Mike Hulme, O’Neill, S.J. and Dessai, S. (2011): Is weather event attribution necessary for adaptation funding? Science 334, 764-765.

Mike Hulme (2009):  Why we disagree about climate change: understanding controversy, inaction and opportunity. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Lane, S.N., Odoni, N., Catharina Lanstrom, Whatmore, S.J., Ward, N. and Bradley, S. (2011): Doing flood risk science differently: An experiment, in: radical scientific method. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36/1, 15-36

Whatmore, S.J., Catharina Lanstrom (2010): Manning's n – Putting roughness to work, in: Howlett, P. and Morgan, M. (eds), How Well Do Facts Travel? The Dissemination of Reliable Knowledge. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 111-135

Thomas Ludwig (ed., 2010): First International Conference on Energy-Aware High Performance Computing, Sepcial Issue of Computer Science - Research and Development 25/3-4

Olga Mordvinova, Thomas Ludwig, Christian Bartholomä (2010): I/O Benchmarking of Data Intensive Applications, in: Problems in Programming 2-3, 107–115

Cornelia Luedecke, C. Summerhayes (2011 in print): The Third Reich in Antarctica - The Story of the German Antarctic Expedition of 1938/9, The Erskine-Press

Barr, S., Cornelia Luedecke (eds., 2010): The History of the International Polar Years (IPYs). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer (Series: From Pole to Pole; Vol. 0)

Emeis S., Cornelia Luedecke (eds., 2005): From Beaufort to Bjerknes and Beyond. Critical Perspectives on Observing, Analysing, and Predicting Weather and Climate. Algorismus. Studien zur Geschichte der Mathematik und der Naturwissenschaften, Heft 52, Erwin Rauner Verlag, Augsburg

Martin Mahony, Hulme, M. (2012): Model migrations: mobility and boundary crossings in regional climate prediction. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37(2), 197-211.

M. Hulme, Martin Mahony (2010) Climate change: What do we know about the IPCC?, in: Progress in Physical Geography 34/5, 705-718

Sonja Palfner (together with Gibbon, Sahra/ Joseph, Galen/ Kalender, Ute/ Kampriani, Eirini/ Mozersky, Jessica/ Nieden, Andrea) (2010): Introduction. Special section: Perspectives on globalizing genomics: The case of ‘BRCA’ breast cancer research and medical practice, in: BioSocieties, Vol. 5, 407-414

Wardekker, J. Arjan, Arthur C. Petersen, Jeroen P. van der Sluijs (2009): Ethics and public perception of climate change: Exploring the Christian voices in the US public debate, in: Global Environmental Change 19, 512–521

Arthur C. Petersen (2006): Simulating Nature: A Philosophical Study of Computer-Simulation Uncertainties and Their Role in Climate Science and Policy Advice. Apeldoorn and Antwerpen: Het Spinhuis Publishers

Arthur C. Petersen (2000): Philosophy of climate science, in: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 81, 265-271

Birgit Schneider (2011): Image Politics – Picturing Uncertainty. The Role of Images in Climatology and Climate Policy, in: Climate Change and Policy. The Calculability of Climate Change and the Challenge of Uncertainty, G. Gramelsberger, J.Feichter (eds.), Springer: Heidelberg

Birgit Schneider (2010): Das Darstellungsproblem des Klimas? Ideen zur Analyse und Kritik wissenschaftlicher Bilder und ihrer Grenzen, in: Kritische Berichte. Zeitschrift für Kunst- und Kulturwissenschaften 3

Mikalea Sundberg (2010): Cultures of Simulations vs. Cultures of Calculations? The Development of Simulation Practices in Meteorology and Astrophysics, in: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics 41/3

Mikalea Sundberg (2010): Organizing Simulation Code Collectives, in: Science Studies, 23/1

Mikalea Sundberg (2009): The Everyday World of Simulation Modelling: The Construction of Parameterizations in Meteorology, in: Science, Technology and Human Values 34/2

Helmuth Trischler (2008): Modes, constraints and perspectives of research. The place of scholarship at museums of science and technology in a knowledge-based society, in: Birgit Arrhenius, Görel Cavalli-Björkman und Svante Lindqvist (Hrsg.): Research and Museums, Stockholm: Nobel Museum, 51-67

Hans Volkert (2009): The International Conferences on Alpine Meteorology: Characteristics and trends from a 57-year-series of scientific communication, in: Meteorol. Atmos. Phys. 103, 5-12

Hans Volkert (2005): How lectures notes reflect the states of science and technology: From Vilhelm Bjerknes's type-scripts of 1914-17 to pdf-files in 2004, in: From Beaufort to Bjerknes and beyond, S. Emeis, C. Lüdecke (eds.), Rauner Verlag, Augsburg

Thorpe, A.J., Hans Volkert, M.J. Ziemianski (2003): The Bjerknes' circulation theorem: A historical perspective, in: Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. 84, 471–48