Report on the model developments in the sectoral assessments: Deliverable D.3.2. (grant agreement 308337)

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  • Ana Iglesias, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain, Spain
  • Mette Termansen
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  • Laurens Bouwer, Deltares (Delft), Netherlands, Netherlands
  • Hesel Winsemius, Deltares (Delft), Netherlands, Netherlands
  • Karen Meijer, Deltares (Delft), Netherlands, Netherlands
  • Harm Duel, Deltares (Delft), Netherlands, Netherlands
  • Cheryl van Kempen, Deltares (Delft), Netherlands, Netherlands
  • Luis Garrote, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain, Spain
  • Luis Mendiero, UPM, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
  • Alvaro Sordo, UPM, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
  • Alfredo Granados, UPM, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
  • Pedro Iglesias, UPM, Technical University of Madrid, Spain
  • Eliska Krkoska Lorencová, Czech Globe, Czech Republic
  • Zuzana Harmackova, Czech Globe, Czech Republic
  • David Vackar, Czech Globe, Czech Republic
  • Marianne Zandersen
  • Aline Chiabai, Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3), Spain
  • Timothy Taylor, University of Exeter Medical School, University of Exeter, Exeter EX1 2LU, UK., United Kingdom
  • Sébastien Foudi, Basque Centre for Climate Change (BC3), Spain, Spain
  • Dabo Guan, University of East Anglia (UEA), United Kingdom
  • Francesco Bosello, FEEM (Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei), Italy
The Objective of this Deliverable D3.2 is to describe the models developed in BASE that is, the experimental setup for the sectoral modelling. The model development described in this deliverable will then be implemented in the adaptation and economic analysis in WP6 in order to integrate adaptation into the economic assessments. At the same time, the models will link to the case studies in two ways. First, they use the data in the case studies for model validation and then they provide information to inform stakeholders on adaptation strategies.
Therefore, Deliverable 3.2 aims to address three main questions:
How to address climate adaptation options with the sectoral bottom-up models?
- This includes a quantification of the costs of adaptation with the sectoral models, in monetary terms or in other measures of costs. The benefits in this framework will be the avoided damages, therefore a measure of impacts is necessary.
- How are models linked to the economic model?
- How is the information from the case studies and the information from the sectoral models mutually supportive?
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages199
Commissioning bodyFunded by the EU Commission
Publication statusPublished - 3 Mar 2014

    Research areas

  • climate change, Adaptation

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