REDUCING UNCERTAINTY SURROUNDING CLIMATE CHANGE USING EMERGENT CONSTRAINTS
Many aspects of future climate change remain highly uncertain as different climate models exhibit a large and persistent spread in their projections. This uncertainty stems from a variety of sources including natural variability, choice of emissions pathway, and differences in how climate models represent key physical processes. Here, the focus is on the latter of these factors, known as model uncertainty.
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