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FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 1, JANUARY 1995
issue: Water, Air, Soil Pollut., J. Alcamo, Ed. (Natl.
Inst. Public Health & Environ. Protect.-RIVM, POB 1, 3720 BA
Bilthoven, Neth.), 76(1-2), July 1994. All lead authors
share the editor's address. Documents the development and testing
of the IMAGE 2.0 model, one of the few attempts so far to
integrate human and societal activities with components of the
climate system. This collection of papers emphasizes the
scientific rather than the policy aspects of the model, because a
strong scientific foundation is necessary before the model can be
useful for policy analysis.
"Modeling the Global Society-Biosphere-Climate System.
Part 1. Model Description and Testing," J. Alcamo, G.J.J.
Kreilman et al., 1-35; ". . .Part 2. Computed
Scenarios," J. Alcamo, G.J. van den Born et al., 37-78.
"Model for Calculating Regional Energy Use, Industrial
Production and Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Evaluating Global
Climate Scenarios," H.J.M. de Vries, J.G.J. Olivier et al.,
"Determining the Potential Distribution of Vegetation,
Crops and Agricultural Productivity," R. Leemans, G.J. van
den Born, 133-161.
"Simulating Changes in Global Land Cover as Affected by
Economic and Climatic Factors," G. Zuidema, G.J. van den
Born et al., 163-198.
"Simulating the Carbon Flux Between the Terrestrial
Environment and the Atmosphere," K.K. Goldewijk, J.G. van
Minnen et al., 199-230.
"Computing Land Use Emissions of Greenhouse Gases,"
G.J.J. Kreilman, A.F. Bouwman, 231-258.
"Atmospheric Composition Calculations for Evaluation of
Climate Scenarios," M.S. Krol, H.J. van der Woerd, 259-281.
"An Atmosphere-Ocean Model for Integrated Assessment of
Global Change," B.J. de Haan, M. Jonas et al., 283-318.
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