IPCC AR3 PDF

To be included in the database, four criteria had to be met. First, only scenarios published in the peer-reviewed literature could be considered, per IPCC protocol. Second, the scenario must contain a minimum set of required variables and some basic model and scenario documentation meta data must be provided. Third, only models with at least full energy system representation were considered given that specific sectoral studies were assessed in Chapters of the report.

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To be included in the database, four criteria had to be met. First, only scenarios published in the peer-reviewed literature could be considered, per IPCC protocol. Second, the scenario must contain a minimum set of required variables and some basic model and scenario documentation meta data must be provided. Third, only models with at least full energy system representation were considered given that specific sectoral studies were assessed in Chapters of the report.

Lastly, the scenario must provide data out to at least Scenarios were submitted by entering the data into a standardized data template that was subsequently uploaded to this database system administered by IIASA.

For the purpose of the assessment, scenarios have been grouped in various categories relating to, among other things, radiative forcing outcome in , overshoot, technology availability and policy assumptions see Annex A. The classification of individual scenarios can be downloaded here. Model comparison projects A majority of scenarios was provided by model comparison projects which have published their scenario data in project specific databases.

These project scenario databases can hold more information than is provided here. Scenario data from this site may be freely used for non-commercial and educational purposes with proper acknowledgment of the data sources.

The data source is specified in the scenario name i. Users are requested to ensure proper acknowledgment of the data sources of the scenarios they use as detailed below. Table A. In particular, it lists the number of models and scenarios included in the database, the areas in which models were harmonized, the leading institutions and references to the overview publications.

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Such models cannot yet simulate all aspects of climate e. Nevertheless, confidence in the ability of these models to provide useful projections of future climate has improved due to their demonstrated performance on a range of space and time-scales [3]. There is new and stronger evidence that most of the warming observed over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities Human influences will continue to change atmospheric composition throughout the 21st century Global average temperature and sea level are projected to rise under all IPCC SRES scenarios. The TAR estimate for the climate sensitivity is 1. The wide range in projections is based upon several different scenarios that assume different levels of future CO2 emissions see the section below on Projections in the TAR.

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