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Flowchart Agricultural economy045x img13.pngFlowchart Agricultural economy. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.MAGNET- the agro-economic model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Air pollution and energy policies128s img13.pngFlowchart Air pollution and energy policies. Linkages between components of the IMAGE system, energy policy objectives and possible policy measures.Linkages between goals and measures for energy access, energy security, climate change and air pollution
Flowchart Aquatic biodiversity101s img13.pngFlowchart Aquatic biodiversity. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.GLOBIO model for aquatic ecosystems
Flowchart Atmospheric composition and climate090s img13.pngFlowchart Atmospheric composition and climate. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Atmospheric composition and climate model (based on MAGICC 6.0) in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Carbon cycle and natural vegetation073s img13.pngFlowchart Carbon cycle and natural vegetation. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Carbon cycle and natural vegetation module of LPJmL, in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Climate policy121s img13.pngFlowchart Climate policy. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.FAIR, the climate policy model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Crops and grass077s img13.pngFlowchart Crops and grass. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Crop and grass module of LPJmL, in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Drivers020s img13.pngFlowchart Drivers. Model drives are inferred from scenario storylines taking into account external data sources, such as time series, cross-sector data, and literature sources.Scenario development and model drivers for IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Ecosystem services114s img13.pngFlowchart Ecosystem services. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Ecosystem Services model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Emissions148s img13.pngFlowchart Emissions. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page. Anthropogenic sources, for natural sources see Table 5.2.2. More detail on inputs and outputs, and how they link to other IMAGE components is presented at the end of this section (Emission table).Emission module of IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Energy conversion028s img13.pngFlowchart Energy conversion. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.TIMER model, electricity module
Flowchart Energy demand022s img13.pngSome sectors are represented in a generic way as shown here, the sectors transport, residential and heavy industry are modelled in specific modules.TIMER model, energy demand module
Flowchart Energy supply034s img13.pngFlowchart Energy supply. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.TIMER model, energy supply module
Flowchart Energy supply and demand021s img13.pngFlowchart Energy supply and demand. Overview of the IMAGE/TIMER modelTIMER, the energy demand and supply model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Flood risks105x img13.pngFlowchart Flood risks. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.GLOFRIS, the flood risk model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Forest management053s img13.pngFlowchart Forest management. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page. The option of forest plantations in IMAGE and LPJmL is still under development, and expected to be available soon.Forest management module in IMAGE 3.0
IMAGE framework schematic004s img13.pngAn overview of the IMAGE framework and its componentsAn overview of the IMAGE framework
Flowchart Human development117s img13.pngFlowchart Human development. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.GISMO model to assess human development in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Land and biodiversity policies (A)133s img13.pngFlowchart Land and biodiversity policies (A). Policy interventions in the agricultural demand system.Policy interventions in agricultural demand
Flowchart Land and biodiversity policies (B)134s img13.pngFlowchart Land and biodiversity policies (B). Policy interventions in crop and livestock production systems.Policy interventions in the crop and livestock production systems
Flowchart Land and biodiversity policies (D)136s img13.pngFlowchart Land and biodiversity policies (D). Policy interventions that regulate land use and land supply.Policy interventions in land-use regulation
Flowchart Land and biodiversity policies (C)135s img13.pngFlowchart Land and biodiversity policies (C). Policy interventions targeting the forestry sector.Policy interventions in the forestry system
Flowchart Land degradation110x img13.pngFlowchart Land degradation. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Two approaches to assess land degradation in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Land-use allocation058x img13.pngFlowchart Land-use allocation. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Land-use allocation model in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Livestock systems062s img13.pngFlowchart Livestock systems. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Livestock systems module in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Nutrients149x img13.pngFlowchart Nutrients. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Nutrient module of IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Terrestrial biodiversity098s img13.pngFlowchart Terrestrial biodiversity. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.GLOBIO model for terrestrial biodiversity in IMAGE 3.0
Flowchart Water080x img13.pngFlowchart Water. See also the Input/Output Table on the introduction page.Water module of LPJmL, in IMAGE 3.0

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