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reviewere søges til WGII's bidrag til AR5

IPCC generelt og nytPosted by Anne Mette K. Jørgensen 03 May, 2012 10:07:55

Forfatterne i IPCC's arbejdsgruppe II er ved at være klar med første udkast til deres bidrag til IPCC’s femte hovedrapport AR5: Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Første udkast er i review i perioden 11. juni til 6. august 2012.

Faglige eksperter, som vil være reviewere på udkastet, søges.

Ekspertreviewet er et nøgleelement i IPCC’s proces. Formålet er at sikre at rapporten giver en balanceret og omfattende vurdering af de seneste videnskabelige resultater på området.

Interesserede eksperter kan tilmelde sig via mail til tsu@ipcc-wg2.gov

Se også http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/ar5/ar5-outline-compilation.pdf og http://www.ipcc-wg2.gov/

Den overordnede kapitelstruktur i rapporten er fastlagt således:

Outline of the Working Group II Contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report

Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability

Summary for Policymakers

Technical Summary

Each sectoral and regional chapter will include a standard set of topics that are referred to as [CONTEXT] in each chapter outline:

Observed impacts, with detection and attribution

• Projected integrated climate change impacts, with regional variation by scenario and time slice

• Assessing impacts, vulnerabilities, and risks

• Adaptation and managing risks

• Case studies

• Research and data gaps

Each chapter will include an executive summary, FAQs, and references

PART A: GLOBAL AND SECTORAL ASPECTS

Context for the AR5

1. Point of departure

2. Foundations for decisionmaking

Natural and Managed Resources and Systems, and Their Uses

3. Freshwater resources

4. Terrestrial and inland water systems

5. Coastal systems and low-lying areas

6. Ocean systems

7. Food production systems and food security

Human Settlements, Industry, and Infrastructure

8. Urban Areas

9. Rural Areas

10. Key economic sectors and services

Human Health, Well-Being, and Security

11. Human health

12. Human security

13. Livelihoods and poverty

Adaptation

14. Adaptation needs and options

15. Adaptation planning and implementation

16. Adaptation opportunities, constraints, and limits

17. Economics of adaptation

Chapters 14-17 will include case studies of, e.g., Least Developed Countries, indigenous peoples, and other vulnerable countries and groups Multi-Sector Impacts, Risks, Vulnerabilities, and Opportunities

18. Detection and attribution of observed impacts

19. Emergent risks and key vulnerabilities

20. Climate-resilient pathways: adaptation, mitigation, and sustainable development

PART B: REGIONAL ASPECTS

{Subtitle: Contribution of IPCC WGII Incorporating Inputs from IPCC Working Group I “The Physical Science Basis” and Working Group III “Mitigation of Climate change”}

This part will include analyses of consistently defined sub-regions and crossregional hotspots (e.g., Mediterranean, megadeltas), based on the availability of regional information.

21. Regional context

Regional Chapters

22. Africa

23. Europe

24. Asia

25. Australasia

26. North America

27. Central and South America

28. Polar Regions

29. Small Islands

30. Open Oceans

Appendix I: Glossary

Appendix II: Acronyms

Appendix III: Contributors to the IPCC WGII Fifth Assessment Report

Appendix IV: Reviewers of the IPCC WGII Fifth Assessment Report

Index

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