The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project

ISIMIP offers a framework for consistently projecting the impacts of climate change across affected sectors and spatial scales. An international network of climate-impact modellers contribute to a comprehensive and consistent picture of the world under different climate-change scenarios.

New input data available for ISIMIP2b

Climate and other human-influence data is now available for ISIMIP2b

The ISIMIP2b input-data catalogue is now open. The first set of input data for Group 1 & 2 experiments are available now (show in green in image on the left). The available data include pre-industrial (1661-1860), historical (1861-2005) and future (2006-2299) climate data at daily resolution from three GCMs, as well as data for human influences (land use, fertilser input, population etc.) in the pre-industrial and historical periods. Other data sets listed should be published by the end of 2017.

Watch this space for the addition of new input-data sets.

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59 impact models in 6 sectors have delivered ISIMIP2a simulations

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ISIMIP climate-change impacts simulations cover 11 impact sectors

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