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The Atlas of Climate Change: Based on SEAP-CMIP5

Super-Ensemble Projection and Attribution (SEAP) of Climate Change

Dong, W., Ren, F., Huang, J., Guo, Y.

2013, XXXIII, 175 p. 191 illus., 170 illus. in color.

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  • Outputs from the latest generation of earth system model from world class model development groups for IPCC AR5
  • Describes quantitatively state historical responsibility for global warming
  • Demonstrates how the Earth’s climate system will change from today up to 2100
  • Describes how much climate change we may avoid if we take action according to Cancun Pledge
"The Atlas of Climate Change—Based on SEAP-CMIP5" is intended to satisfy readers’ curiosity: how will our climate system change over the next 100 years? It is the first showcase for the state-of -the-art earth system models that released their CMIP5 simulations for the IPCC AR5.The atlas focuses on both the past climate system change from 1850 and the projection of the future climate system change to 2100 using the RCP2.6, RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 scenarios based on climate models. This provides the research and application community interested in the impact of climate change on fields such as agriculture, ecosystem, environment,water resources, energy, health, economy, risk governance and international negotiation, etc. with the newest climate change projection information. Additionally, the atlas will show the historical responsibility of the developed/developing countries and possible contributions to the mitigation of climate change according to their pledge of GHG emission reduction after the Cancun Agreement as an extension numerical experiment to CMIP5 with NCAR’s CESM1.0. The authors will update this atlas after future releases of CMIP5 model outputs and update the figures in the second edition of the atlas in 2012-2013.

Both Prof. Wenjie Dong and Yan Guo work at the Beijing Normal University, China. Prof. Fumin Ren works at the China Meteorological Administration, China. Prof. Jianbin Huang works at the Tsinghua University, China.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Atlas - Attribution - CMIP5 - Cancun Agreement - Climate Change - Historical Responsibility - Mitigation - Projection

Related subjects » Atmospheric Sciences - Earth System Sciences - Environmental Science & Engineering - Geochemistry - Meteorology

Table of contents 

Data and Methodology.- Climate change simulation and projection based on CMIP5.- Attribution of responsibility for climate change from developed/developing countries.

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