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Historical Daily Station Data STAR meeting 15-16 April 2004 Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands
IPCC-TAR, Ch.2, Folland and Karl
Easterling et al. (BAMS, 2000) in IPCC-TAR Linear trends in rainy season, last ~50 years “Amplified” response of very wet days
www.knmi.nl/samenw/eca (see also: Klein Tank and Können, J. Climate, 2003)
www.bom.gov.au/bmrc/csr/apn/ (see also: Della-Marta, Haylock et al. 2002) Trends 1961-2001
Caribbean workshop, Jamaica 2001 (see also: Peterson et al., JGR, 2002)
Trends in 5-day rainfall total 1961-1990 Africa workshop, Casablanca 2001 (see also: Easterling et al., BAMS, 2003)
Frich et al. (Clim. Res., 2002) in IPCC-TAR
Temperature Precipitation Wijngaard, Klein Tank and Können, Int. J. of Climatol., 2003 Data quality control and homogeneity
European Climate Assessment & possible role of the CHR ‘Workshop and Expert Meeting on Climatic Changes and their Effect on Hydrology and Water Management.
(Indices for) Climate Extremes RA VI CLIPS workshop Erfurt, Germany, June 2003 Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands Acknowledgement: ECA&D-participants.
Red Cross Seminar on Heat Waves ‘Summer 2003’ Albert Klein Tank, KNMI, De Bilt.
Identifying natural hazards in climate databases Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands 19 September 2002 acknowledgements: Lisa Alexander (Met Office,
European Climate Assessment CCl/CLIVAR ETCCDMI meeting Norwich, UK November 2003 Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands.
European Climate Assessment (ECA) & Climate Dataset (ECD) Albert Klein Tank, Aryan van Engelen, et al.* KNMI, the Netherlands 27 November 2001 WMO-CCL,
Global/European Analysis of Extremes - recent trends - Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands 11 June 2002 acknowledgements: Lisa Alexander (Met Office,
Climatological Extremes 13 November 2002 Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands acknowledgements: 37 ECA-participants (Europe & Mediterranean)
“Climate change in the Netherlands” KNMI.nl UGV symposium Global Change, 22 March 2006.
E C A C 2000 European Climate Assessment Pisa, 16 October 2000 Albert Klein Tank KNMI, the Netherlands X.
Meteorological stations within the system.
“Building the daily observations database for the European Climate Assessment” KNMI.nl CLARIS meeting, 7 july 2005.
Data collation for the ENSEMBLES grid Lisette Klok KNMI EU-FP6 project: Ensemble-based predictions of climate changes and their impacts.
Expert Team on Climate Change Detection and Indices (ETCCDI) started in 1999 jointly sponsored by CCl, CLIVAR and JCOMM.
EURANDOM & KNMI, May 2009 Analysis of extremes in a changing climate in support of informed decisions for adaptation
EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring
WFM 6311: Climate Risk Management © Dr. Akm Saiful Islam WFM 6311: Climate Change Risk Management Akm Saiful Islam Lecture-5c: Indices of Climate Extreme.
RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS Most of significant trends for N are negative for all thresholds and seasons. The largest number of significant negative trends.
The observational dataset most RT’s are waiting for: the WP5.1 daily high-resolution gridded datasets HadGHCND – daily Tmax Caesar et al., 2001 GPCC -
Nynke Hofstra and Mark New Oxford University Centre for the Environment Trends in extremes in the ENSEMBLES daily gridded observational datasets for Europe.
What data do we require for extremes analysis and what is available? (an intro to the BOG on data) Albert Klein Tank KNMI, The Netherlands Warning: no.
Wet season (May-October) temperature (°C) trend over period. Source: NASA GISS.
American College of Preventative Medicine February 23, 2008 Austin, TX Robert S. Webb NOAA ESRL Climate Analysis Branch formerly the Climate Diagnostics.
Current Changes in the Global Water Cycle Richard P. Allan Department of Meteorology, University of Reading Thanks to Brian Soden, Viju John, William Ingram,
European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring EU-project, April 2010 – March 2014, 9.
Henk Eskes, William Lahoz, ESTEC, 20 Jan 2004 The role of data assimilation in atmospheric composition monitoring and forecasting Henk Eskes, William Lahoz.
NCAS-Climate Talk 15 th January 2010 Current Changes in the Global Water Cycle Richard P. Allan Diffusing slowly to Met Department/NCAS-Climate from ESSC.
1 Climate change and the cryosphere. 2 Outline Background, climatology & variability Role of snow in the global climate system Contemporary observations.
Extremes events and observed regional (South America) trends: A preliminary review Luis J. Mata 1 M.Rusticucci 2, S.Solman 3 J. B. Valdés 4 1 ZEF, University.
Regional Climate Services Workshop 2011 University of Victoria, Canada, November European Climate Data and Information Products for Monitoring and.
WRMA-WMO-World Bank-WFP Expert Meeting, Geneva, Dec KNMI servicing the market
The new German project KLIWEX-MED: Changes in weather and climate extremes in the Mediterranean basin Andreas Paxian, University of Würzburg MedCLIVAR.
Joint Dutch-Indonesian initiative to rescue, digitize and exploit historical climate data from Indonesia Royal Netherlands Meteorological.
Federal Department of Home Affairs FDHA Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss Extended range forecasts at MeteoSwiss: User experience.
Overview of ETCCDI & Production of NCMPs. ETCCDI CCL/CLIVAR/JCOMM-Expert Team (ET) on Climate Change Detection and Indices (ETCCDI) + its predecessor.
ENSEMBLES General Assembly Prague, Czech Republic, 14 November 2007 RT5: Evaluation Albert Klein Tank & Elisa Manzini.
Collocation meeting, REA, Brussels, 15 May 2013 EURO4M: European Reanalysis and Observations for Monitoring.
© University of Reading Chapman Conference on Atmospheric Water Vapor and Its Role in Climate Tropospheric Water Vapour and.
Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre Climate-Chemistry Interactions - User Requirements Martin Dameris DLR-Institut für.
Drought in the African Sahel: scientific research and societal implications Alessandra Giannini International Research Institute for Climate and Society.
IGES Executive Roundtable on Climate April 25, 2012.
WGCM CFMIP/IPCC Climate Sensitivity Meeting, Exeter, April 2004 Decadal Variability in Water Vapour Richard Allan, Tony Slingo Environmental Systems Science.
Assessing trends in observed and modelled climate extremes over Australia in relation to future projections Extremes in a changing climate, KNMI, The Netherlands,
IPRC Symposium on Ocean Salinity and Global Water Cycle Recent Trends and Future Rainfall Changes in Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii, Presentation by.
Analysis of observed temperature and precipitation extremes over South Asia Jayashree Revadekar Centre for Climate Change Research Indian Institute of.
University of Reading Improved understanding of how rainfall responds to a warming world Richard Allan Environmental Systems.
1 Introduction, reporting requirements, workshop objectives Workshop on energy balances and energy related greenhouse gas emission inventories (under WG.
1/32 Serhat Sensoy Chief of Climate & Climate Change Division Vice-President of WMO CCl Turkish State Meteorological Service (TSMS) Climate Indices.
© University of Reading 2009 EUMETSAT Monitoring changes in precipitation and radiative energy using satellite data and.
Capacity-Building Workshop: Climate Change Adaptation and Water Resources in the Caribbean Region John Charlery – University of the West Indies
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