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AI Zhipin

Researcher Name
AI Zhipin
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Climate Change Adaptation(Climate Change Impacts Assessment Research Section)/Research Associate
Research Subject
A study on establishing theoretical and technical foundation for coupling global physical climate impact models and general equilibrium models
Degree(s)
Doctor of Science
Professional Qualification(s)
Earth Science
Environmental Speciality Field
Hydrology,Bioenergy
Keyword(s)
Bioenergy-Water-Food nexus,Global Sustainability
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2021
    • 25536 : Research on Advancement of Climate Change Impact Assessment Methodology
    • 25674 : Intellectual research infrastructure development:Systematic monitoring, development of information on impact prediction and adaptation, and development of tools in the field of climate change adaptation
    • 25762 : Water-environment synergies and trade-offs in the simultaneous achievement of climate policy and the SDGs
    • 25763 : Creation and development of information on water and its surrounding environment for the creation of water symbiosis studies
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25129 : Studies of Global Climate Risks Based on Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Projections, Impact and Response Options
    • 25327 : Studies on Advancing the Methods for Climate Change Impacts Assessment
    • 25328 : Water environment synergies and trade-offs in simultaneous achievement of climate target and SDGs
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24709 : Studies of Global Climate Risks Based on Integrated Assessment of Climate Change Projections, Impact and Response Options
    • 24964 : A study on establishing theoretical and technical foundation for coupling global physical climate impact models and general equilibrium models
    • 24975 : Studies on Advancing the Methods for Climate Change Impacts Assessment
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24292 : Studies of global climate risks based on integrated assessment of climate change projections, impact and response options
    • 24557 : A study on establishing theoretical and technical foundation for coupling global physical climate impact models and general equilibrium models
Research Result (Publication)
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