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  • Climate action post-Paris: how can the IPCC stay relevant? 

    Hermansen, Erlend Andre T.; Boasson, Elin Lerum; Peters, Glen Philip (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been a crucial facilitator of climate change research and governance. After its sixth assessment cycle, the organization is at a critical juncture. The amount of ...
  • Rapidly evolving aerosol emissions are a dangerous omission from near-term climate risk assessments 

    Persad, Geeta G.; Samset, Bjørn Hallvard; Wilcox, Laura J.; Allen, Robert J.; Bollasina, Massimo A.; Booth, Ben B. B.; Bonfils, Céline; Crocker, Tom; Joshi, Manoj M.; Lund, Marianne Tronstad; Marvel, Kate D.; Merikanto, Joonas; Nordling, Kalle; Undorf, Sabine; Vuuren, Detlef Van; Westervelt, Daniel M.; Zhao, Alcide (Journal article, 2023)
    Anthropogenic aerosol emissions are expected to change rapidly over the coming decades, driving strong, spatially complex trends in temperature, hydroclimate, and extreme events both near and far from emission sources. ...
  • A better integration of health and economic impact assessments of climate change 

    Orlov, Anton; Schleypen, Jessie; Aunan, Kristin; Sillmann, Jana; Gasparrini, Antonio; Mistry, Malcolm N. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2024)
    Climate change could lead to high economic burden for individuals (i.e. low income and high prices). While economic conditions are important determinants of climate change vulnerability, environmental epidemiological studies ...
  • Numerical simulation and evaluation of global ultrafine particle concentrations at the Earth's surface 

    Kohl, Matthias; Lelieveld, Jos; Chowdhury, Sourangsu; Ehrhart, Sebastian; Sharma, Disha; Cheng, Yafang; Tripathi, Sachchida Nand; Sebastian, Mathew; Pandithurai, Govindan; Wang, Hongli; Pozzer, Andrea (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    A new global dataset of annually averaged ultrafine particle (UFP) concentrations at the Earth's surface for the years 2015–2017 has been developed through numerical simulations using the ECHAM/MESSy Atmospheric Chemistry ...
  • Quantification of hydraulic trait control on plant hydrodynamics and risk of hydraulic failure within a demographic structured vegetation model in a tropical forest (FATES-HYDRO V1.0) 

    Xu, Chonggang; Christoffersen, Bradley; Robbins, Zachary; Knox, Ryan; Fisher, Rosie; Chitra-Tarak, Rutuja; Slot, Martijn; Solander, Kurt; Kueppers, Lara; Koven, Charles; McDowell, Nate (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
    Vegetation plays a key role in the global carbon cycle and thus is an important component within Earth system models (ESMs) that project future climate. Many ESMs are adopting methods to resolve plant size and ecosystem ...

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