Editors: Thomas Stocker …[et al]
Description: The reliable detection and attribution of changes in climate and their effects is fundamental to our understanding of the scientific basis of climate change and in enabling decision makers to manage climate-related risk. This paper also outlines guidelines for how to assess the relative quality of studies and provides recommendations for good practice in detection and attribution studies. In this respect it discusses criteria for assessing confidence outlines data requirements and addresses methods for handling confounding factors.
Location- Samabula [2 copies]
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