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    Frida G
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    We have a new version of the web presence!
    http://climateservice-global.eu/

    New in this version:
    • New color schemes for climate change impact periods in the map view. Adjust the opacity slider to see city names etc more clear.
    http://climateservice-global.eu/climate-impacts/
    • New topic in the forum: “Web Presence Updates” – were updates will be published. The forum is open for everyone. Please start new topics or comment on existing!
    http://climateservice-global.eu/forums/forum/c3s_422_lot1_smhi_forum/

    #4949

    Here is a Christmas gift to you all! We have a new version of the C3S_422_Lot1_SMHI web presence with a lot of news:

    News in this version:
    • Available indicators:

    • Temperature
      • Temperature, mean (map view)
      • Temperature, maximum (map view)
      • Temperature, minimum (map view)
      • Temperature, seasonality (graph view)
      • Temperature, maximum (graph view)
      • Temperature, minimum (graph view)
    • Precipitation
      • Precipitation, mean (map view)
      • Precipitation, seasonality (graph view)
    • Possible to look at separate members in the ensembles (both in the map and in the graph)
    • For regional data: only the CORDEX domain Europe is available. The web presence will only provide data that will be available in the CDS.
    • Metadata popups are now created using attributes in the Netcdf files.
    • Possible to download single Netcdf files or all members in an ensemble in a zip file. This functionality is available in the graph view. It is still possible to download excel files for single points.
    • Possible to switch on/off country borders.
    • Buttons for zoom +/- and globe/map are moved to the right side (next to the menu).
    #3458

    We have a new version of the C3S_422_Lot1_SMHI web presence: http://climateservice-global.eu/climate-impacts/

    News in this version

    • Key messages are available next to the climate impact indicator selection in the map view menu. A popup window appears when you click on the key icon (see figure below).

    Key-messags-button

    Right now we are working on

    • A box selection tool: so that it will be possible to download data for an area of interest.
    • More indicators.
    #3953

    We have a new version of the C3S_422_Lot1_SMHI web presence:
    http://climateservice-global.eu/climate-impacts/

    News in this version

    • A box selection tool for downloading of data. You can draw a rectangle and download CIIs in excel or NetCDF format.
    • Four ECVs available for download (HydroGFD, 50km) in the Graphs menu: daily mean temperature, daily maximum temperature, daily minimum temperature and daily mean precipitation.
    • New CIIs with 19 ensemble members available. See CII list below.

    Maps View:
    Temperature (mean)
    Max Temperature (mean)
    Min Temperature (mean)
    Frost days (annual mean)
    Heating degree (annual mean)
    Tropical nights (annual mean)
    Longest heat wave
    Precipitation (mean)
    Longest dry spell
    Number of dry spells

    Graphs View:
    Temperature (seasonality)
    Max temperature (seasonality)
    Min temperature (seasonality)
    Frost days (seasonality)
    Heating degree (seasonality)
    Tropical nights (seasonality)
    Precipitation (seasonality)

    #4956

    We have a new version of the C3S_422_Lot1_SMHI web presence:
    http://climateservice-global.eu/climate-impacts/

     

    News in this version

    • All temperature and precipitation CIIs are now also available at 5 deg. (bias adjusted)
    • Bias adjusted GCM ensemble (ECV, daily values) for download (at the bottom of the graph menu).
      Please be aware that it takes some time to download the ECVs.  We are working on solutions to make the downloading faster.
    • New FAQs:
    • New tutorials:
    • Updated show cases map with links to climate atlases and story maps.

     

    Upcoming version

    We are currently working on adding Hydrological CIIs to the web presence (approximately August).

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