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Accessibility of Integrated Assessment Models, Data, and Tools to Non Researchers


The purpose of this subtopic is to improve the accessibility of Integrated Assessment data, models, and tools to non-researchers, including improved interfaces and visualization systems for conducting analyses and interpreting data. In particular, efforts should seek to develop and-or improve capabilities for accessing information in ways that accommodate the needs of various sectors, cross-sectoral topics, and spatial and temporal scales that are possible with global, national, and regional integrated assessment models, such as the Global Change Assessment Model, the Integrated Global System Model, the Regional Integrated Assessment Model, and corresponding, broader, inter-model comparison efforts. Additionally, efforts may include focus on the new class of DOE sponsored multi-sector, multi-stressor impact, adaptation, and vulnerability (IAV) model , in particular the Critical Infrastructure Protection Model.
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