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IPCC, 1992: Emission scenarios for IPCC: an update, In: Climate Change 1992: The Supplementary Report to the IPCC Scientific Assessment [J.T. Houghton, B.A. Callander, and S.K. Varney (eds.)], Section A3, prepared by J. Leggett, W.J. Pepper, and R.J. Swart, and WMO/UNEP, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK 2000 pp.
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Six IPCC scenarios
Philippe Rekacewicz, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
The projection of future climate change depends partly on the assumptions made about future emissions of greenhouse gases and aerosol precursors and the proportion of emissions remaining in the atmosphere.