Combining narratives and modelling approaches to simulate fine scale and long-term urban growth scenarios for climate adaptation

@article{Houet2016CombiningNA,
  title={Combining narratives and modelling approaches to simulate fine scale and long-term urban growth scenarios for climate adaptation},
  author={Thomas Houet and C. Marchadier and G. Bretagne and M. P. Moine and Rahim Aguejdad and V. Vigui{\'e} and M. Bonhomme and A. Lemonsu and P. Avner and J. Hidalgo and V{\'e}ronique Masson},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2016},
  volume={86},
  pages={1-13}
}
Although climate scientists explore the effects of climate change for 2100, it is a challenging time frame for urban modellers to foresee the future of cities. The question addressed in this paper is how to improve the existing methodologies in order to build scenarios to explore urban climate impacts in the long term and at a fine scale. This study provides a structural framework in six steps that combines narratives and model-based approaches. The results present seven scenarios of urban… CONTINUE READING
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