Scenario development and analysis

SAS (Story And Simulation Approach)
is an iterative, stakeholder-driven procedure of building and analyzing scenarios aiming at a balanced engagement of stakeholders and project scientists. This is achieved by integrating mainly narrative information provided by stakeholders and quantitative information provided by scientific models and other sources. As a result of the SAS scenario exercise, four “regional development” scenarios under global change until 2050 were developed which include qualitative storylines as well as quantitative modeling results. These scenarios serve as a backdrop for the development and test of specific water- and land-management strategies for the region.

Please find here the Summary Report 2011 of the GLOWA Jordan River scenario exercise.

For more information see also Project 1.1: Scenario analysis of strategies

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