Edited By: J Alcamo
318 pages, Figs (some col), tabs
Only a few laboratories in the world have attempted the integration of sub-models of the climate system, the global biogeochemical cycles and the human/societal components. This volume reports on the IMAGE 2.0 model, which represents an important step towards an integrated approach to global change science.
1994, Modelling the global society-biosphere-climate system, Part 1: Model description and testing, J. Alcamo, G.J.J. Kreileman, M. Krol, G. Zuidema; 1994, Modelling the global society-biosphere-climate system, Part 2: Computed scenarios, J. Alcamo, G.J. van den Born, A.F. Bouwman, B.J. de Haan, K. Klein Goldewijk, J. Krabec, O. Klepper, R. Leemans, J.G.J. Olivier, A.M.C. Toet, H.J.M. de Vries, H.J. van der Woerd; 1994, A model for calculating regional energy use, industrial production and greenhouse gas emissions for evaluating global climate scenarios, H.J.M. de Vries, J.G.J. Oliveri, R.A. van den Wijngaart, G.J.J. Kreileman, A.M.C. Toet; 1994, Determining the potential distribution of natural vegetation, crops and agricultural productivity, R. Leemans, G.J. van den Born; 1994, Simulating changes in global land cover as affected by economic and climatic factors; 1994, Simulating the carbon flux between the terrestrial environment and the atmosphere, K. Klein Goldewijk, J.G. van Minnen, G.J.J. Kreileman, M. Vloedbeld, R. Leemans; 1994, Computing land-use emissions of greenhouse gases, G.J.J. Kreileman, A.F. Bouwman; 1994, Atmospheric composition calculations for evaluation of climate scenarios, M.S. Krol, H.J. van der Woerd; 1994, An atmosphere-ocean model for integrated assessment of global change, B.J. de Haan, M. Jonas, O. Klepper, J. Krabec, M.S. Krol, K. Olendrzynski.
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