2 edition of Strategies for the development of climate scenarios for impact assessment found in the catalog.
Strategies for the development of climate scenarios for impact assessment
P. J. Robinson
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory in Research Triangle Park, NC
Written in English
|Statement||Peter J. Robinson and Peter L. Finkelstein.|
|Contributions||Finkelstein, Peter L., Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
climate scenarios for impact assessment. We synthesized the literature that is relevant to this point and to other common misconceptions about the accuracy and utility of climate-change projections. We present both a struc-tured approach and general guidelines for choosing and using climate-change scenarios that recognize the irre-. The SCA’s climate change impact assessment involved a series of internal workshops and expert driven ranking and prioritisation that was informed by an analysis based on primary climate hazard, secondary hazard and implication analysis. Two representative climate change scenarios were developed for the SCA’s.
The process has two major parts: first, choosing which scenario logics to flesh out, a task that comprises the first five steps, and second, telling the actual story, its implications and early indicators, which comprise the remaining steps. A full-blown scenario planning project usually takes three or four months. DG Climate Action uses a wide range of mathematical models, tools and methods to evaluate the potential economic, social and environmental consequences of its policy proposals (impact assessment).. EU Reference Scenario. The EU Reference Scenario is a projection of economic activity and energy, transport and emissions trends in the EU and its Member States, assuming current .
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In order to create a strategy for the development of climate scenarios for use in impact assessment, potential techniques of development were reviewed and the information needs of potential users assessed. vailable techniques were assessed through literature reviews and consultations with scenario development experts.
echniques were divided into ten modules, groups of techniques with similar methodologies, input requirements. Get this from a library. Strategies for the development of climate scenarios for impact assessment: phase I final report. [P J Robinson; Peter L Finkelstein; Atmospheric Research and Exposure Assessment Laboratory (U.S.)].
According to this approach, the steps of impact assessment are repeated three times to assess the feasibility of the study, the biophysical impacts, and the socioeconomic impacts, respectively.
Author: Martin L. Parry. Second, various methodologies to assess the impacts of climate extremes are presented, along with respective case studies, using state-of-the-art empirical, data-driven impact assessment methods, process-oriented impact models, or a combination of both (e.g., Chapters 7–11).
The majority of climate change impact assessments focus on potential impacts at the local ⁄ regional scale. Climate change scenarios with a fine spatial resolution are essential components of these assessments. Scenarios must be designed with the goals of the assessment in mind.
Climate Change Impact Assessment Our expert climatologists and meteorologists conduct science-based climate variability and change analysis and assess the impact on key sectors such as water and agriculture, and analyze its effects on people and livelihoods. IPCC-TGICA, General Guidelines on the Use of Scenario Data for Climate Impact and Adaptation Assessment.
Version 2. Prepared by T.R. Carter on behalf of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Task Group on Data and Scenario Support for Impact and Climate Assessment File Size: KB. Socio-economic scenarios for climate change impact assessment: a guide This report should be referenced as follows: UK Climate Impacts Programme, (), Socio-economic scenarios for climate change impact assessment: a guide to their use in the UK Climate.
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Carter, T. et al. General Guidelines on the Use of Scenario Data for Climate Impact and Adaptation Assessment (Task Group on Data and Scenario Support for Impact and Climate Assessment (TGICA.
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Viewpoint Scenarios for climate impact and adaptation assessment Martin Parry*,1 The Jackson Environment Institute, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK Amongst the most important gaps in our current knowledge of the potential effectsof greenhouse-induced climate change are: (a) an insufﬁcient.
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