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Evaluating the Local Climate Impacts Profile Tool for Assessing Local Impacts of Extreme Weather Events

The climate change adaptation tool Local Climate Impacts Profile (LCLIP), developed and previously widely used in the UK, was systematically evaluated in terms of its transferability to Sweden and its usefulness as a catalyst for awareness-raising …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Kanyama AC, Blennow K, doi.org/10.4172/2167-0587.1000122
Published: 2014
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Forest owner motivations and attitudes towards supplying biomass for energy in Europe

The European Commission expects the use of biomass for energy in the EU to increase significantly between 2010 and 2020 to meet a legally binding target to cover at least 20% of EU's total energy use from renewable sources in 2020. According to …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Kristina Blennow, Erik Persson, Marcus Lindner, Sónia Pacheco Faias, Marc Hanewinkel, DOI: 10.1016/j.biombioe.2014.05.002
Published: 2014
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The climate and the economy

The use of fossil fuels affects the climate and on average leads to non-negligible damages to the economy. A climate-economy model is required in order to analyse how our economies can be expected to affect the climate in the future and to assess …

 
Type: Report
Report Series: Mistra-SWECIA No. 5
Author: John Hassler and Per Krusell
Published: 2014
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Source-related variables for the description of the oceanic carbon system

The oceanic carbon system is commonly described in terms of the two state variables total carbon,
DIC, and alkalinity, Alk. Here we suggest the use of alternative source adapted state variables, Acidic Carbon,
AC and Basic Carbon, BC, defined by …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Walin, G., J. Hieronymus, and J. Nycander (2014) Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., 15, doi:10.1002/ 2014GC005383.
Published: Aug, 2014
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Reflections on Science–Stakeholder Interactions in Climate Change Adaptation Research within Swedish Forestry

Stakeholder engagement has become increasingly important in research programs focusing on climate change impact on ecosystem services. Communication between researchers and stakeholders, however, is often impaired by linguistic barriers, different …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Anna Maria Jönssona, Åsa Gerger Swartling, DOI:10.1080/08941920.2014.906013
Published: Jun, 2014
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Evaluating temperature distributions in a high-resolution RCM at 6 km horizontal resolution over Europe

High-resolution regional climate models (RCM) require high-resolution reference data for their evaluation. To date, one of the data sets most used for evaluating RCMs in Europe is the E-OBS data set (Haylock et al. 2008). E-OBS is a product based on …

 
Type: nternational Baltic Earth Secretariat Publications pp 229-230, ISSN 2198-4247
Author: Kjellström E, Lind P, Lindstedt D and Landelius T
Published: Jun, 2014
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The global marine carbon system through time

Carbon dioxide is an important greenhouse gas and in order to understand its effect on the climate we need to identify its sources and sinks. This thesis focuses on different aspects of the marine carbon system and the exchange of carbon between the …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Jenny Hieronymus, thesis from Stockholm University urn:nbn:se:su:diva-103220
Published: Jun 13, 2014
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Mistra-SWECIA research programme

Mistra-SWECIA is a multidisciplinary programme that develops research-based knowledge which is used to support decisions about adaptation to climate change.

 
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Published: May, 2014
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Future biogeochemical forcing in Eastern Siberia: cooling or warming?

Over-proportional warming in the northern high latitudes, and large carbon stocks in boreal and (sub)arctic ecosystems have raised concerns as to whether substantial positive climate feedbacks from biogeochemical process responses should be …

 
Type: Scientific Article
Complete Reference: Arneth A, Olin S, Makkonen R, Paasonen P, Holst T, Kajos M, Kulmala M, Maximov T, Miller P A and Schurgers G, doi:10.5194/acpd-14-19149-2014
Published: 2014
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Simulating wind disturbance impacts in forest landscapes: Tree-level heterogeneity matters

Wind is the most detrimental disturbance agent in Europe´s forest ecosystems. In recent years, disturbance frequency and severity have been increasing at continental scale, a trend that is expected to continue under future anthropogenic climate …

 
Type: Report
Report Series: Environmental Modeling and Software 51
Author: Seidl R, Rammer W and Blennow K
Published: Jan, 2014
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