Evaluating adaptation options for urban flooding based on new high-end emission scenario regional climate model simulations

@inproceedings{ArnbjergNielsen2015EvaluatingAO,
  title={Evaluating adaptation options for urban flooding based on new high-end emission scenario regional climate model simulations},
  author={Karsten Arnbjerg-Nielsen and Lykke Leonardsen and Henrik Madsen},
  year={2015}
}
Climate change adaptation studies on urban flooding are often based on a model chain approach from climate forcing scenarios to analysis of adaptation measures. Previous analyses of climate change impacts in Copenhagen, Denmark, were supplemented by 2 high-end scenario simulations. These include a regional climate model projection forced to a global temperature increase of 6°C in 2100 as well as a projection based on a high radiative forcing scenario (RCP8.5). With these scenarios, projected… CONTINUE READING

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