RTE News article Jon Seminara is one of the world’s most prolific climate change experts.
In 2012 he helped establish the prestigious Royal Society of Canada’s Climate Change Research Program and he is now one of its most respected scientists.
Seminara was a speaker at the Climate Change Seminars in Stockholm in 2015, and he has been at the forefront of the fight against climate change.
But the seminar he delivered at the Royal Society on January 7, 2018, was the culmination of a year of work.
At the time, Seminara, who was the first to predict the impacts of a severe weather event in a highly precise manner, said he had spent two years trying to develop a tool that could predict and forecast extreme weather events that are likely to occur, such as droughts and floods.
“In the past, I have always believed that the key to understanding climate change is to study the impacts, to see what the consequences of an event are,” he told RTE.
“That is the only way to understand climate change.”
But what was his tool?
It’s called the Weather Predictive Tool (WP).
In this video, which was broadcast on RTE Radio One’s Climate Summit in October 2017, Seminaro says the WP can provide a useful tool for climate change prediction.
“The WP is a tool which uses the climate models to provide us with an estimate of what the impact of a certain event might be,” Seminara explains.
“If you have a problem with a specific weather forecast, it will not only help you, but it will help the government as well. “
“If you are planning for an event that will be of concern, you can use the WP to make a prediction.
“If you have a problem with a specific weather forecast, it will not only help you, but it will help the government as well.
The WP can be used to make predictions about a particular forecast and it will also help us to understand how our weather forecast is affected by the climate.”
The WP predicts the weather for each month of the year based on an array of variables including temperature, moisture, wind, rain, snow, fog, humidity, wind speed and the temperature of the atmosphere.
“The model forecasts all the information in the system, the weather forecast for that month, the wind speed, and the precipitation.
And if we want to understand the effect of the weather on climate change, then we have to understand all these variables,” Seminar says.
The Weather Predictions Tool is the brainchild of Professor Jon Jansen of the University of Exeter and he uses it to create his own weather forecasts.
“It is not just a weather forecast; it is a way to create the kind of predictions that are needed to make decisions in a society,” Seminaro explains.
Professor Jon Jensons research has shown that a lot of what he is doing is very much influenced by his research.
In addition to his role as a research scientist at the University, he also runs a consultancy that is focussing on weather forecasting.
This consultancy provides forecast and model predictions, analysis, and prediction tools to businesses and governments.
Jansen has been doing research on climate forecasts since he was a child.
His research has been based on studying how the climate system responds to the greenhouse gas that is increasing in the atmosphere, and how climate change impacts the weather.
However, in 2017, a meteorologist at the Australian National University, Andrew Dessler, found a way for him to do some of the research in a more general way.
That was when Jansen and Dessler found that climate change was affecting the timing of the earth’s rotation.
And Jansen says that he is very concerned about climate change because he knows that the earth is being influenced by human activity.
“The last couple of decades, there has been a lot about climate changes, and climate change has become a big theme in the media,” Seminars says.
“And we have seen some interesting things.
For example, we are getting less rain in some places and more rain in others.
Climate change has had a big impact on the rainfall, but not only that, there are people who are getting sick and dying from these changes.
I am not interested in trying to give you a simple explanation, or just one single model. “
It is quite a complex subject.
I am not interested in trying to give you a simple explanation, or just one single model.
I have to look at all the variables and how they interact and the role they play in the weather.”
In his work with Jansen, Seminars is finding that his predictions are accurate and that he has a model that is a bit more accurate than most.
One of the models he is using is the NCEP climate model.
The NCEP is a climate model which