Published May 18, 2023 | Version v1
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Code and data for Burgess lab climate change scenario papers 2020-2023

  • 1. University of Colorado Boulder
  • 2. University of British Columbia
  • 3. University of Denver
  • 4. University of California Santa Cruz
  • 5. University of Minnesota


This repository contains data and replication code for the papers listed below. They share a common repository because they draw from some of the same underlying datasets (e.g., GDP and population data).

Burgess, M. G., Ritchie, J., Shapland, J., & Pielke, R. (2020). IPCC baseline scenarios have over-projected CO2 emissions and economic growth. Environmental Research Letters16(1), 014016.

Pielke Jr, R., Burgess, M. G., & Ritchie, J. (2022). Plausible 2005-2050 emissions scenarios project between 2 and 3 degrees C of warming by 2100. Environmental Research Letters, 17, 024027.

Burgess, M. G., Pielke Jr, R., & Ritchie, J. (2022). Catastrophic climate risks should be neither understated nor overstated. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences119(42), e2214347119.

Burgess, M. G., Becker, S. L., Langendorf, R. E., Fredston, A., & Brooks, C. M. (2023). Climate change scenarios in fisheries and aquatic conservation research. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsad045.

Burgess, M. G., Langendorf, R. E., Moyer, J. D., Dancer, A., Hughes, B. B., & Tilman, D. (2023). Long-standing historical dynamics suggest a slow-growth, high-inequality economic future. Communications Earth & Environment (forthcoming).


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