The 2021 SSP scenarios of the IMAGE 3.2 model

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Detlef van Vuuren, Elke Stehfest , David Gernaat, Harmen-Sytze de Boer , Vassilis Daioglou , Jonathan Doelman , Oreane Edelenbosch , Mathijs Harmsen , Willem-Jan van Zeist , Maarten van den Berg , Ioannis Dafnomilis , Mariesse van Sluisveld , Andrzej Tabeau , Lotte De Vos , Liesbeth de Waal, Nicole van den Berg , Arthur Beusen , Astrid Bos , Hester Biemans , Lex Bouwman , Hsing-Hsuan Chen, Sebastiaan Deetman , Anteneh Dagnachew , Andries Hof , Hans van Meijl , Johan Meyer, Stratos Mikropoulos, Mark Roelfsema , Aafke Schipper , Heleen Van Soest , Isabela Tagomori , Victhalia Zapata Castillo 

Abstract

The SSP (Shared Socio-economic Pathways) scenarios are intensively used in climate and environmental research to explore uncertain future developments and possible response strategies. This paper briefly describes an update of the SSP scenarios generated by the IMAGE 3.2 model. The paper presents the changes in method and key scenario updates. As such, it serves as a key reference for the updated SSP scenarios with IMAGE 3.2.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31223/X5CG92

Subjects

Environmental Sciences

Keywords

integrated assessment, shared socio-economic pathways, IMAGE 3.2

Dates

Published: 2021-10-11 08:33

Last Updated: 2021-10-12 15:33

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CC BY Attribution 4.0 International

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Data Availability (Reason not available):
The data is available at the IMAGE website (https://www.pbl.nl/en/image/about-image)

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