CR - Vol. 64, No. 1 - Table of contents

Clim Res (Print ISSN: 0936-577X; Online ISSN: 1616-1572)
Copyright © 2015 Inter-Research. Published June 17

CR SPECIAL 30:


Effects of extreme global warming in northern Europe


Editors: J. H. Christensen, M. Drews

CR SPECIAL 30 outlines a concerted effort by climate and social science specialists, as well as practitioners and stakeholders, to address the implications of extreme global warming, i.e. 6°C. The Special comprises seven studies centred around Denmark and northern Europe which were carried out within the framework provided by the Centre for Regional Change in the Earth System (CRES). CRES has developed a broad set of tools related to climate adaptation; this includes economic, integrated assessment and impact models; improved regional climate and hydrological models; and decision support tools and spatial planning frameworks. These tools have been applied to provide up-to-date information on the regional effects (on hydrology, nutrient dynamics, ecosystem responses and economic risks, for example) of a changing climate at the upper limit of current climate scenarios.
We are pleased to make the online version of this CR SPECIAL available with Open Access.

TITLE PAGE
Effects of extreme global warming in northern Europe
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INTRODUCTION: Drews M, Christensen JH
Effects of extreme global warming in northern Europe
CR 64:3-6 | Full text in pdf format

Rummukainen M
Our commitment to climate change is dependent on past, present and future emissions and decisions
CR 64:7-14 | Full text in pdf format

Grinsted A, Jevrejeva S, Riva REM, Dahl-Jensen D
Sea level rise projections for northern Europe under RCP8.5
CR 64:15-23 | Full text in pdf format

Christensen OB, Yang S, Boberg F, Fox Maule C, Thejll P, Olesen M, Drews M, Sørup HJD, Christensen JH
Scalability of regional climate change in Europe for high-end scenarios
CR 64:25-38 | Full text in pdf format

Karlsson IB, Sonnenborg TO, Seaby LP,  Jensen KH, Refsgaard JC
Effect of a high-end CO2-emission scenario on hydrology
CR 64:39-54 | Full text in pdf format

Trolle D, Nielsen A, Rolighed J, Thodsen H, Andersen HE, Karlsson IB, Refsgaard JC, Olesen JE, Bolding K, Kronvang B, Søndergaard M, Jeppesen E
Projecting the future ecological state of lakes in Denmark in a 6 degree warming scenario
CR 64:55-72 | Full text in pdf format

Arnbjerg-Nielsen K, Leonardsen L, Madsen H
Evaluating adaptation options for urban flooding based on new high-end emission scenario regional climate model simulations
CR 64:73-84 | Full text in pdf format

Halsnæs K, Kaspersen PS, Drews M
Key drivers and economic consequences of high‑end climate scenarios: uncertainties and risks
CR 64:85-98 | Full text in pdf format