SimCLIM: Recent Developments of an Integrated Model for Multi-scale, Risk-based Assessments of Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation
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The SimCLIM model system simulates, both temporally and spatially, the impacts of both climate variability and change. The purpose of this paper is to describe SimCLIM and its recent developments which provide greater versatility in conducting climate impact assessments that span global, regional and local scales, and which allow issues of adaptation to climatic risks to be examined through simulation techniques. In this paper, these tools are described, along with examples of their application to issues relating to threats to rainforest areas (at a regional scale) and domestic water supply (at a local scale) in Australia.
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