Use of Representative Climate Futures in impact and adaptation assessment

@article{Whetton2012UseOR,
  title={Use of Representative Climate Futures in impact and adaptation assessment},
  author={P. Whetton and K. Hennessy and J. Clarke and K. McInnes and D. Kent},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={2012},
  volume={115},
  pages={433-442}
}
A key challenge for climate projection science is to serve the rapidly growing needs of impact and adaptation assessments (hereafter risk assessments) in an environment where there are substantial differences in the regional projections of climate models, an expanding number of potentially relevant climate model results, and a desire amongst many users to limit the number of future climate scenarios in their assessments. While it may be attractive to select a small number of climate models… Expand

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