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Figure Projected changes in number of plant species in 2050
Results for stable area per grid cell, using the EuroMove model with HadCM2 A2 climate scenario.
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Figure Projected change in mean seasonal and annual river flow between 2071-2100 and the reference period 1961-1990
Simulations with LISFLOOD driven by HIRHAM HadAM3H/HadCM3 based on IPCC SRES scenario A2.
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Figure Greenhouse gas emission trends and projections for EU-23
This graph shows the evolution of GHG emissions between 1990 and 2004 and the total projected emissions by 2010 in the EU-23 (see note about why EU-23 and not EU-25).
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Figure Total emissions, 2004
International comparisons
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Figure Structure of Primary Energy Consumption in NM 12 in 1990-2005, and projected structure to 2030
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Figure Observed changes in (a) global average surface temperature, (b) global average sea level and (c) northern hemispheric snow cover for March-April
All changes are relative to the period 19611990
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Figure Length of frost-free period in selected European areas 1975-2007
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Figure Global Final Energy Consumption 1990-2030
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Figure Modelled change in annual river flow between 1971-1998 and 1900-1970
The map is based on an ensemble of 12 climate models and validated against observed river flows.
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Figure Example of the adjustment of loss distribution as a consequence of changing risk
Models can produce a probable maximum loss (PML) curve, a chart that is a function of the highest amount an insurer is set to lose at a range of return periods (years).
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