Uncertainty analysis of emission estimates in the RAINS integrated assessment model

@inproceedings{Schoepp2005UncertaintyAO,
  title={Uncertainty analysis of emission estimates in the RAINS integrated assessment model},
  author={Wolfgang Schoepp and Zbigniew Klimont and Riku Suutari and Janusz Cofala},
  year={2005}
}
Uncertainty is a critical issue for all models that attempt to quantify the necessary emission reductions that are required to meet environmental quality targets. This paper discusses a methodology specifically developed to analyse the uncertainties in the emission estimates with the regional air pollution information and simulation (RAINS) integrated assessment model, considering the uncertainties in the model parameters themselves. Overall, it was found that a typical range of uncertainties… CONTINUE READING

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