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Model(er) coupling in integrated modelling platforms

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EBDW01 - Current status and key questions in Landscape Decision making

There is increasing recognition that simulating the complexity of human-environmental landscapes and associated decision making requires the integration of models or numerical representation of the processes influencing competition for, or access to, space, water etc and their interactions, inter-dependencies and feedbacks. Coupling of pre-existing models is one approach to providing this integration. This presentation will discuss the practical approaches taken to facilitate model coupling in the UK/European scale CLIMSAVE and IMPRESSIONS integrated modelling platforms, and how uncertainty and error propagation were evaluated. It will also consider the importance of modellers as sources of uncertainty within the projections from such coupled modelling systems.

This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.

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