What can models do in a climate changed? In the 1960s, NOAA created the first generation of general circulation models simulating Earth's oceans and atmosphere and noted their impact on the global climate system. Since then, models have served as a primary mode of representing, analyzing, translating, and designing the environment in a changed climate.

Co-organized by Jessica Varner and Irmak Turan, this two-day symposium gathered experts in the sciences, humanities, and the design world to explore how models act in a climate changed.

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