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An integrated framework to address climate change (ESCAPE) and further developments of the global and regional climate modules (MAGICC)

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  • Hulme, Mike
  • Raper, Sarah CB
  • Wigley, Tom ML

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  • Hulme, Mike & Raper, Sarah CB & Wigley, Tom ML, 1995. "An integrated framework to address climate change (ESCAPE) and further developments of the global and regional climate modules (MAGICC)," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 23(4-5), pages 347-355.
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