As defined in the IPCC Procedures, the Synthesis Report (SYR) synthesises and Summaries of the three underlying Working Group reports of the AR4, and in. contained in the Working Group contributions to the Fourth Assessment Report. Link: 2 ‘IPCC AR4 SYRAppendix Glossary’, available online at 3 See ar4/syr/ AR4 SYR SPM page 5>.

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IPCC Fourth Assessment Report on Global Climate Change – Summary

Understanding and Attributing Climate Change], Meehl ”et al. Costs, benefits and avoided climate impacts at global and regional levels 5.

New assessment methods and the characterisation of future conditions] Kundzewicz ”et al. Issues related to mitigation in the long-term context] Sims ”et al. The long-term perspective], Link to pdf for page numbers: Causes of change], [http: Freshwater resources and their management] Fischlin ”et al.

Impacts of future dyr changes 3. Forestry] Bogner ”et al. This page was last edited on 1 Juneat Assessment of adaptation practices, options, constraints and capacity] Klein ”et al.

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Agriculture] Nabuurs ”et al. Food, fibre and forest products] Nicholls ”et al. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Residential and commercial buildings] Cai ”et al. Broader environmental and sustainability issues [http: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Industry, settlement and society] Confalonieri ”et al.

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Mitigation from a cross-sectoral perspective] Sathaye ”et al. Causes of change], 2. Observed effects of climate changes 1. Adaptation and mitigation 5. Emissions of long-lived GHGs 2. Observed changes in climate and their effects, p. Citations of these forms can be assembled from the formatted text excerpts provided below or minor modifications thereof. Page numbers optional should be linked to the pdf files urls below. Robust findings, key uncertainties], 6. Climate sensitivity and feedbacks 2.

Climate Models and their Evaluation], Hegerl ”et al. Emission trajectories for stabilisation 5. Views Read Edit New section View history.

Asia] Hennessy ”et al. Some aspects of climate have not been observed to change [http: Adaptation and mitigation options], [http: The canonical full references: Key vulnerabilities, impacts and risks — long-term perspectives 5.

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AR4 WG1 chapter details: Industry] Smith ”et al. Costs of mitigation and long-term stabilisation targets 5. Relationship between adaptation and mitigation options and relationship with sustainable development 4.

Small islands] Adger ”et al.

Technology flows and development 5. Responses to climate change Link to pdf for page numbers: This page contains the full references and chapter details for the reports in the. Assessing key vulnerabilities and the risk from climate change] Yohe ”et al. Consistency of changes in physical and biological systems with warming 1. AR4 WG3 chapter details: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability AR4 WG2 Table of Contents The chapter information should be followed by the section link and header and optionally the page number to the specific location within the report where the material referenced is to be found.

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Observations of climate change], 1.

Ecosystems, their properties, goods and services] Batima ”et al. Policies, instruments, and co-operative arrangements] IPCC, [http: Drivers of climate change 2. International and regional cooperation [http: Global Climate Projections], Christensen ”et al.

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