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Reconciling information from alternative sources

Studies of complex systems are non-separable from the analysis of partial and imprecise information received from alternative sources. A system analyst deals with a set of ensemble outcomes which needs to be integrated into one estimate in order to install the ensemble into the modelling chain or provide support for the informed decision making. More

Statistical analysis for spatial land use data

A prerequisite to the development of realistic models of land use change is the identification of the most important drivers of change. This tool gives an investigator a possibility to summarize the knowledge about interdependent spatial processes in the GIS lattice. Let alone, such a summary can help to draw substantive conclusions about the region under study. More

Uncertainty in an emissions-constrained world

This web-based database supports the Emissions, Temperature, Uncertainty (ETU) framework described by Jonas et al. (doi 10.1007/s10584-014-1103-6). The ETU framework allows any country to understand its national and near-term mitigation and adaptation efforts in a more realistic context, where uncertainty is taken into account. More

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Impact of Uncertainty on Compliance

This exercise allows a user to get a grip on the uncertainty in the emissions of greenhouse gases and understand its impact at the scale of countries on compliance (Track I: compliance mode) and the amount of emission permits that can be traded (Track II: monitoring mode)  under the Kyoto Protocol. More

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Last edited: 02 June 2017


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