Information - CL18 Anthropogenic climate change: forcing, modelling, detection-attribution and impacts
This session will examine anthropogenic climate change of the recent past and coming future. Contributions from comprehensive climate- or earth-system models, associated diagnostic, detection-attribution studies and uncertainty analysis are particularly welcome. Both global and large-scale regional aspects of anthropogenic climate change will be covered. Potential areas of interest include processes and feedbacks in anthropogenic climate change, inter-comparison of model projections, model metrics (including process-based metrics) design of model experiments (with a view to future coordinated assessments) and the impacts of climate change on related research fields or socio-economic sectors.
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