Reports

The Program's Report Series is intended to communicate research results and to provide useful reviews and commentaries on various aspects of the climate issue. All Program Reports can be accessed through Advanced Search. Paper copies of most titles can be mailed upon request.

The most current Reports are listed below. View full list >>

Report 297.

Electricity Investments under Technology Cost Uncertainty and Stochastic Technological Learning

Morris, J., M. Webster and J. Reilly, Joint Program Report Series (May, 20 p.) (2016)
[abstract] [PDF: 991 kB]

Report 296.

Statistical Emulators of Maize, Rice, Soybean and Wheat Yields from Global Gridded Crop Models

Blanc, E., Joint Program Report Series (May, 38 p.) (2016)
[abstract] [PDF: 10160 kB]
Table B2. Variable formulas for frational polynomial transformation.
Tables C1, C2, C3, C4. Regression results for maize, rice, soybean, and wheat (dependent variable: Yield).
Tables D1, D2, D3, D4. Grid cell fixed effect (δ) by GGCM for maize, rice, soybean, and wheat (specification: S1fpint).

Report 295.

Are Land-use Emissions Scalable with Increasing Corn Ethanol Mandates in the United States?

Ejaz, Q.J., S. Paltsev, D.W. Kicklighter and N.W. Winchester, Joint Program Report Series (April, 24 p.) (2016)
[abstract] [PDF: 2366 kB]

Report 294.

The Future of Natural Gas in China: Effects of Pricing Reform and Climate Policy

Zhang, D. and S. Paltsev, Joint Program Report Series (March, 28 p.) (2016)
[abstract] [PDF: 2065 kB]

Report 293.

Uncertainty in Future Agro-Climate Projections in the United States and Benefits of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

Monier, E., L. Xu and R. Snyder, Joint Program Report Series (March) (20 p.) (2016)
[abstract] [PDF: 16948 kB]