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Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change

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Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change. / Warren, R.F; Edwards, N.R; Barbonneau, F.; Bacon, P.M; Dietrich, J.P.; Ford, R. W.; Garthwaite, Paul; Gerten, Dieter ; Goswami, S.; Haurie, A.; Hiscock, Kevin; Holden, Philip; Hyde, M. R.; Joshi, S. R.; Kanudia, A. ; Labriet, M.; Liembach, M.; Oyebamiji, O.K.; Osborn, T.; Pizzileo, B.; Popp, A. ; Price, J.; Riley, G.; Schaphoff, Sibyll; Slavin, P.; Vielle, M.; Wallace, C.

In: Environmental Modelling and Software, Vol. 111, 01.2019, p. 248-258.

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Warren, RF, Edwards, NR, Barbonneau, F, Bacon, PM, Dietrich, JP, Ford, RW, Garthwaite, P, Gerten, D, Goswami, S, Haurie, A, Hiscock, K, Holden, P, Hyde, MR, Joshi, SR, Kanudia, A, Labriet, M, Liembach, M, Oyebamiji, OK, Osborn, T, Pizzileo, B, Popp, A, Price, J, Riley, G, Schaphoff, S, Slavin, P, Vielle, M & Wallace, C 2019, 'Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change', Environmental Modelling and Software, vol. 111, pp. 248-258. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.05.010

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Warren, R. F., Edwards, N. R., Barbonneau, F., Bacon, P. M., Dietrich, J. P., Ford, R. W., Garthwaite, P., Gerten, D., Goswami, S., Haurie, A., Hiscock, K., Holden, P., Hyde, M. R., Joshi, S. R., Kanudia, A., Labriet, M., Liembach, M., Oyebamiji, O. K., Osborn, T., ... Wallace, C. (2019). Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change. Environmental Modelling and Software, 111, 248-258. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.05.010

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Warren RF, Edwards NR, Barbonneau F, Bacon PM, Dietrich JP, Ford RW et al. Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change. Environmental Modelling and Software. 2019 Jan;111:248-258. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.05.010

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Warren, R.F ; Edwards, N.R ; Barbonneau, F. ; Bacon, P.M ; Dietrich, J.P. ; Ford, R. W. ; Garthwaite, Paul ; Gerten, Dieter ; Goswami, S. ; Haurie, A. ; Hiscock, Kevin ; Holden, Philip ; Hyde, M. R. ; Joshi, S. R. ; Kanudia, A. ; Labriet, M. ; Liembach, M. ; Oyebamiji, O.K. ; Osborn, T. ; Pizzileo, B. ; Popp, A. ; Price, J. ; Riley, G. ; Schaphoff, Sibyll ; Slavin, P. ; Vielle, M. ; Wallace, C. / Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change. In: Environmental Modelling and Software. 2019 ; Vol. 111. pp. 248-258.

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title = "Producing Policy-relevant Science by Enhancing Robustness and Model Integration for the Assessment of Global Environmental Change",
abstract = "We use the flexible model coupling technology known as the bespoke framework generator to link established existing modules representing dynamics in the global economy (GEMINI_E3), the energy system (TIAM-WORLD), the global and regional climate system (MAGICC6, PLASIM-ENTS and ClimGEN), the agricultural system, the hydrological system and ecosystems (LPJmL), together in a single integrated assessment modelling (IAM) framework, building on the pre-existing framework of the Community Integrated Assessment System. Next, we demonstrate the application of the framework to produce policy-relevant scientific information. We use it to show that when using carbon price mechanisms to induce a transition from a high-carbon to a low-carbon economy, prices can be minimised if policy action is taken early, if burden sharing regimes are used, and if agriculture is intensified. Some of the coupled models have been made available for use at a secure and user-friendly web portal.",
keywords = "integrated assessment, integrated assessment modelling, climate change mitigation, carbon price",
author = "R.F Warren and N.R Edwards and F. Barbonneau and P.M Bacon and J.P. Dietrich and Ford, {R. W.} and Paul Garthwaite and Dieter Gerten and S. Goswami and A. Haurie and Kevin Hiscock and Philip Holden and Hyde, {M. R.} and Joshi, {S. R.} and A. Kanudia and M. Labriet and M. Liembach and O.K. Oyebamiji and T. Osborn and B. Pizzileo and A. Popp and J. Price and G. Riley and Sibyll Schaphoff and P. Slavin and M. Vielle and C. Wallace",
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RIS

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AU - Warren, R.F

AU - Edwards, N.R

AU - Barbonneau, F.

AU - Bacon, P.M

AU - Dietrich, J.P.

AU - Ford, R. W.

AU - Garthwaite, Paul

AU - Gerten, Dieter

AU - Goswami, S.

AU - Haurie, A.

AU - Hiscock, Kevin

AU - Holden, Philip

AU - Hyde, M. R.

AU - Joshi, S. R.

AU - Kanudia, A.

AU - Labriet, M.

AU - Liembach, M.

AU - Oyebamiji, O.K.

AU - Osborn, T.

AU - Pizzileo, B.

AU - Popp, A.

AU - Price, J.

AU - Riley, G.

AU - Schaphoff, Sibyll

AU - Slavin, P.

AU - Vielle, M.

AU - Wallace, C.

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N2 - We use the flexible model coupling technology known as the bespoke framework generator to link established existing modules representing dynamics in the global economy (GEMINI_E3), the energy system (TIAM-WORLD), the global and regional climate system (MAGICC6, PLASIM-ENTS and ClimGEN), the agricultural system, the hydrological system and ecosystems (LPJmL), together in a single integrated assessment modelling (IAM) framework, building on the pre-existing framework of the Community Integrated Assessment System. Next, we demonstrate the application of the framework to produce policy-relevant scientific information. We use it to show that when using carbon price mechanisms to induce a transition from a high-carbon to a low-carbon economy, prices can be minimised if policy action is taken early, if burden sharing regimes are used, and if agriculture is intensified. Some of the coupled models have been made available for use at a secure and user-friendly web portal.

AB - We use the flexible model coupling technology known as the bespoke framework generator to link established existing modules representing dynamics in the global economy (GEMINI_E3), the energy system (TIAM-WORLD), the global and regional climate system (MAGICC6, PLASIM-ENTS and ClimGEN), the agricultural system, the hydrological system and ecosystems (LPJmL), together in a single integrated assessment modelling (IAM) framework, building on the pre-existing framework of the Community Integrated Assessment System. Next, we demonstrate the application of the framework to produce policy-relevant scientific information. We use it to show that when using carbon price mechanisms to induce a transition from a high-carbon to a low-carbon economy, prices can be minimised if policy action is taken early, if burden sharing regimes are used, and if agriculture is intensified. Some of the coupled models have been made available for use at a secure and user-friendly web portal.

KW - integrated assessment

KW - integrated assessment modelling

KW - climate change mitigation

KW - carbon price

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JO - Environmental Modelling and Software

JF - Environmental Modelling and Software

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