This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.
There are 44 references in this bibliography folder.
Armour, K and Roe, G
Climate commitment in an uncertain world
Geophysical Research Letters, 38(1):L01707.
Marten, A and Newbold, S
Estimating the social cost of non-CO2 GHG emissions: methane and nitrous oxide
NCEE Working Paper 11-01, National Center for Environmental Economics, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.
van Vuuren, D, Lowe, J, Stehfest, E, Gohar, L, Hof, A, Hope, C, Warren, R, Meinshausen, M, and Plattner, G
How well do integrated assessment models simulate climate change?
Climatic Change, 104(2):255-285.
Anthoff, D and Tol, R
The climate framework for uncertainty, negotiation, and distribution (FUND), technical description, version 3.5
No source specified
Narita, D, Tol, R, and Anthoff, D
Economic costs of extratropical storms under climate change: an application of FUND
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 53(3):371–384.
Economic aspects of global warming in a post-Copenhagen environment
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107(26):11721.
Technical support document: Social cost of carbon for regulatory impact analysis under Executive Order 12866
Warren, R, Mastrandrea, M, Hope, C, and Hof, A
Variation in the climatic response to SRES emissions scenarios in integrated assessment models
Climatic Change, 102(3-4):671-685.
GHG targets as insurance against catastrophic climate damages
NBER Working Paper, 16136.
Baker, M and Roe, G
The shape of things to come: why is climate change so predictable?
Journal of Climate, 22(17):4574–4589.
Calvin, K, Edmonds, J, Bond-Lamberty, B, Clarke, L, Kim, S, Kyle, P, Smith, S, Thomson, A, and Wise, M
2.6: Limiting climate change to 450 ppm CO2 equivalent in the 21st century
Energy Economics, 31(2):S107–S120.
Newbold, S and Daigneault, A
Climate response uncertainty and the benefits of greenhouse gas emissions reductions
Environmental and Resource Economics, 44(3):351–377.
Feedbacks, timescales, and seeing red
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 37:93–115.
On modeling and interpreting the economics of catastrophic climate change
The Review of Economics and Statistics, 91(1):1–19.
Discounting climate change
Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 37(2):141–169.
Hansen, J, Sato, M, Kharecha, P, Beerling, D, Berner, R, Masson-Delmotte, V, Pagani, M, Raymo, M, Royer, D, and Zachos, J
Target atmospheric CO2: Where should humanity aim?
Open Atmospheric Science Journal, 2:217–231.
Optimal carbon emissions and the social cost of carbon over time under uncertainty
Integrated Assessment, 8(1):107–122.
Knutti, R and Hegerl, G
The equilibrium sensitivity of the Earth's temperature to radiation changes
Nature Geoscience, 1(11):735–743.
Contribution of working group I to the fourth assessment report to the intergovernmental panel on climate change
In: Climate change 2007: Physical science basis, ed. by Solomon, S and Qin, D. and Manning, M. and Chen, Z. and Marquis, M. and Averyt, K.B. and Tignor, M. and Miller, H.L., Cambridge University Press.
Twentieth century climate model response and climate sensitivity
Geophysical Research Letters, 34(22):L22710.
The challenge of global warming: economic models and environmental policy
New Haven, CT: Yale University.
Two centuries of productivity growth in computing
The Journal of Economic History, 67(01):128–159.
Roe, G and Baker, M
Why is climate sensitivity so unpredictable?
Bony, S, Colman, R, Kattsov, V, Allan, R, Bretherton, C, Dufresne, J, Hall, A, Hallegatte, S, Holland, M, Ingram, W, and others
How well do we understand and evaluate climate change feedback processes?
Journal of Climate, 19(15):3445–3482.
The marginal impact of CO2 from PAGE2002: An integrated assessment model incorporating the IPCC's five reasons for concern
Integrated Assessment, 6(1):19–56.