are CII bias adjusted?

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  • #4944

    paugallesisardsat
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    Dear all,

    Are these climate indicators (see below), related with the bias adjusted ECVs?
    Are they derived from the bias adjusted Escential Climate Variables (ECVs)? Are the ECVs derived from the CII?
    – frost days (seasonality)
    – heating degree (seasonality)
    – tropical nights (seasonality)

    Regards,

    Pau

    #4963

    KKlehmet
    Participant

    Dear Pau,

    All Climate Impact Indicators presented here on the web demonstrator are derived from four Essential Climate Variables (ECVs): these are time series of daily mean temperature, daily minimum temperature, daily maximum temperature and daily mean precipitation. Which ECV has been used for a specific CII can be seen in the Metadata information under ‘Summary’ that opens when you click the button next to the selected CII.

    Under ‘Model/Projection’ > Global > Model Ensemble it is possible to select the CIIs that were derived from the raw GCM output and interpolated to 2 degree spatial resolution. The option Global (0.5 deg) represents CIIs that were derived from bias adjusted ECVs that are available in 0.5 degree spatial resolution.

    Regards,
    Katharina

    #4967

    KKlehmet
    Participant

    Note: The option Global (0.5 deg) represents CIIs that were derived from bias adjusted ECVs versus the HydroGFD2.0 reference dataset (also available here) to 0.5 degree spatial resolution.

    Regards,
    Christiana

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