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Geosci. Model Dev., 15, 7177–7201, 2022
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Geosci. Model Dev., 15, 7177–7201, 2022
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Development and technical paper
23 Sep 2022
Development and technical paper | 23 Sep 2022

Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis for probabilistic weather and climate-risk modelling: an implementation in CLIMADA v.3.1.0

Chahan M. Kropf et al.

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Mathematical models are approximations, and modellers need to understand and ideally quantify the arising uncertainties. Here, we describe and showcase the first, simple-to-use, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis module of the open-source and open-access climate-risk modelling platform CLIMADA. This may help to enhance transparency and intercomparison of studies among climate-risk modellers, help focus future research, and lead to better-informed decisions on climate adaptation.