Understanding Dynamics and Resilience in Complex Interdependent Systems

TitleUnderstanding Dynamics and Resilience in Complex Interdependent Systems
Publication TypeWorkshop Report
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsMoss, Richard
Abstract

This report describes the results of a workshop that addressed the challenge of developing coupled modeling and analysis of interdependent energy, land, and water systems. It has been prepared by a group of scientists who participated in the workshop process. The views expressed are those of the authors. The report includes short summaries of workshop presentations and breakout group discussions. It considers the opportunity to develop an interdisciplinary framework for data, modeling, and analysis of complex human-natural systems.

URLhttps://climatemodeling.science.energy.gov/sites/default/files/Multi-Model_Framework_WorkshopReport_Dec_2016_Final_web.pdf

This report describes the results of a workshop that addressed the challenge of developing coupled modeling and analysis of interdependent energy, land, and water systems. It has been prepared by a group of scientists who participated in the workshop process. The views expressed are those of the authors. The report includes short summaries of workshop presentations and breakout group discussions. It considers the opportunity to develop an interdisciplinary framework for data, modeling, and analysis of complex human-natural systems.

Year of Publication: 2016
Citation:
Moss, R.  2016.  "Understanding Dynamics and Resilience in Complex Interdependent Systems."