The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Greenhouse gas, Global warming, Climatology, Climate change and Climate model. His Greenhouse gas study combines topics in areas such as Global temperature, Meteorology and Environmental protection. In his research, Environmental resource management and Natural resource economics is intimately related to Climate change mitigation, which falls under the overarching field of Global warming.
His Climatology study incorporates themes from Atmosphere, Probabilistic logic, Radiative forcing, Climate sensitivity and Carbon dioxide. The various areas that Malte Meinshausen examines in his Climate change study include Ecosystem, Carbon cycle and Earth system science. Malte Meinshausen is interested in Representative Concentration Pathways, which is a field of Climate model.
His primary scientific interests are in Climate change, Greenhouse gas, Climatology, Global warming and Climate model. While the research belongs to areas of Climate change, Malte Meinshausen spends his time largely on the problem of Natural resource economics, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Carbon capture and storage. In his study, Copenhagen Accord is strongly linked to Environmental protection, which falls under the umbrella field of Greenhouse gas.
His Climatology research focuses on Ice sheet and how it relates to Glacier. Many of his research projects under Global warming are closely connected to Term with Term, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sea surface temperature, Carbon cycle, Radiative forcing and Climate commitment.
Climatology, Greenhouse gas, Earth system science, Climate model and Global warming are his primary areas of study. Malte Meinshausen has included themes like Representative Concentration Pathways, Grid, Downscaling, Environmental economics and Gross domestic product in his Greenhouse gas study. Malte Meinshausen has researched Earth system science in several fields, including Probabilistic logic, Carbon cycle and Overshoot.
His Climate model study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Climate change. In his study, Effects of global warming on oceans and Sea level is inextricably linked to Atmospheric sciences, which falls within the broad field of Global warming. The study incorporates disciplines such as Range and Radiative forcing in addition to Coupled model intercomparison project.
His primary areas of investigation include Radiative forcing, Atmospheric sciences, Coupled model intercomparison project, Climate model and Climatology. His Radiative forcing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forcing and Latitude. His research in Forcing intersects with topics in Fossil fuel, Representative Concentration Pathways, Greenhouse gas and Land use, land-use change and forestry.
Malte Meinshausen regularly links together related areas like Effects of global warming on oceans in his Atmospheric sciences studies. His work carried out in the field of Coupled model intercomparison project brings together such families of science as Spatial ecology, IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, Earth system science and Climate sensitivity. His Climate model study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range and Precipitation.
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The representative concentration pathways: an overview
Detlef P. van Vuuren;Detlef P. van Vuuren;Jae Edmonds;Mikiko Kainuma;Keywan Riahi.
Climatic Change (2011)
The RCP greenhouse gas concentrations and their extensions from 1765 to 2300
Malte Meinshausen;Malte Meinshausen;S. J. Smith;K. Calvin;J. S. Daniel.
Climatic Change (2011)
Greenhouse-gas emission targets for limiting global warming to 2 °C
Malte Meinshausen;Nicolai Meinshausen;William Hare;Sarah C. B. Raper.
Paris Agreement climate proposals need a boost to keep warming well below 2 °C
Joeri Rogelj;Joeri Rogelj;Michel den Elzen;Niklas Höhne;Taryn Fransen.
Warming caused by cumulative carbon emissions towards the trillionth tonne
Myles R. Allen;David J. Frame;Chris Huntingford;Chris D. Jones.
A roadmap for rapid decarbonization
Johan Rockström;Owen Gaffney;Owen Gaffney;Joeri Rogelj;Joeri Rogelj;Malte Meinshausen;Malte Meinshausen.
Global warming under old and new scenarios using IPCC climate sensitivity range estimates
Joeri Rogelj;Malte Meinshausen;Malte Meinshausen;Reto Knutti.
Nature Climate Change (2012)
Uncertainties in CMIP5 Climate Projections due to Carbon Cycle Feedbacks
Pierre Friedlingstein;Malte Meinshausen;Vivek K. Arora;Chris D. Jones.
Journal of Climate (2014)
The HadGEM2-ES implementation of CMIP5 centennial simulations
C. D. Jones;J. K. Hughes;Nicolas Bellouin;S. C. Hardiman.
Geoscientific Model Development (2011)
Carbon dioxide and climate impulse response functions for the computation of greenhouse gas metrics:a multi-model analysis
Fortunat Joos;Fortunat Joos;Raphael Roth;Raphael Roth;J. S. Fuglestvedt;G. P. Peters.
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