modelling

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AVOID 1: Costs of adaptation to the effects of climate change in the world’s large port cities

July 1, 2010
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A globally applicable methodology for estimating flood losses was developed which will allow improved broad assessments of potential losses from climate change to take place. A database describing unit costs of coastal adaptation measures was also compiled. This updates previous global vulnerability assessments and in the future will […]

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AVOID 1: Observational constraints on simple climate models

May 24, 2010
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This project has found four key results:

 A number of recent studies have found a strong link between peak global mean warming and cumulative carbon dioxide emissions. The first part of this new study examines the relative merits of different cumulative emission metrics and compares them with considering […]

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AVOID 1: A meta analysis of existing sea-level rise projections

May 18, 2010
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The 4th IPCC assessment projected that without further acceleration of the dynamic contribution from the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets 21st century sea-level rise will be in the range of approximately 20 to 60cm. They also stated that increases in this dynamic contribution could lead to a […]

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economic modelling

AVOID 1: A review of economic modelling for the AVOID project: main points

A presentation given by Alex Bowen on 19 January 2010 at DECC […]

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AVOID 1: Results of impact modelling

A presentation covering key findings from AVOID impact modelling,  presented at COP-15 […]

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