Research and analysis

Probabilistic climate change scenarios and impacts on water resources and ecology

This is a demonstration of the added value of using large climate models.

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Probabilistic Climate Change Scenarios and Impacts on Water Resources and Ecology

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Through three case studies, the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of Oxford has demonstrated the added value of using large climate model ensembles when assessing climate change impacts on water resources and river ecology and exploring possible adaptation pathways.

Published 1 March 1999