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Products for Joint NIMBioS-SESYNC Working Group:

Human Risk Perception and Climate Change


Beckage B et al. 2018. Model code: the PACE model integrated with the CROADS Carbon Cycle model. []


Beckage B, Lacasse K, Winter JM et al. 2020. The Earth has humans, so why don't our climate models? Climatic Change. [Online]

Beckage B. et al. 2018. Linking models of human behavior and climate alters projected climate change. Nature Climate Change. [Online]

Zia A, Hammond Wagner C. 2015. Mainstreaming Early Warning Systems in Development and Planning Processes: Multilevel Implementation of Sendai Framework in Indus and Sahel. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science. [Online]


Lacasse, K. January 2017. Does psychology matter? Integrating human risk perception and behavior into a climate model. Sustainability Psychology Preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Convention, San Antonio, TX.

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