Due to a data processing error, files had "prsn" values greater that "pr". These "prsn" values have now been corrected such that prsn <= pr holds true always and everywhere.In addition, all variables in the period from 2011 to 2016 we previously provided a year per file ...
The ERA5 observational climate dataset, made available on ESGF on May 9th, 2019 (Version: 20190502) has been retracted.This data set, running from 1979 to 2018, will be replaced by a combination of ERA5 and GSWP3 covering from 1901 to 2018.
3 newly available national GDP data sources are used to extend existing national GDP ISIMIP data from 2009 onwards based on matching country-specific national real GDP (PPP 2005 USD) for the year 2009.In consecutive order we use the Maddison Project Database version 2018 (variable: 'rgdpnapc' and 'pop', unit: 2011 PPP USD), t ...
Extended previous dam data "GRanD reservoirs & dams". Now replaced by "Reservoirs and dams".For some dams for which no construction/commissioning years were given in GRanDv1.1 (data file GRanDv1.1_adjusted.txt), they were added by PIK according to various sources.
In accordance with the agreed ISIMIP2b protocol extension (will be incorporated into the protocol shortly), RCP8.5 runs are included as part of the protocol and have therefore been moved from "SecondaryInputData" to "InputData".
The EWEMBI observational climate dataset, which previously ran until the year 2013, has been extended to the year 2016. It will be used to drive the new "histclim" runs in the ISIMIP2a protocol, as agreed at the Strategy Group Meeting in September 2018.
The original sources for observations and projections of spatially-explicit population data differ in spatial resolutionand are independently calibrated. Hence, population values for specific grid points can vary significantly between observations and projections, even when smoothing the data with a 5-year linear interpolation between 2005 and 2 ...
We now also provide monthly nitrogen deposition data. The data can
be found on the DKRZ server in the directory
protocol has been adjusted accordingly.
For Hadgem2, RCP26 data on ocean dynamic topography ("zos") from
2100-2300 became available and we prolonged the total sea level
projections with this data. Further, the Mediterranean and the Black Sea
are isolated from the oceans in Hadgem2 and have non-credible zos
values. Also, the Caspian sea has no credible values, a meaningful zos
You can now access the following land-use scenario data in the .../ISIMIP2b/InputData/landuse/ folder on the DKRZ server:1860soc (1860-2005)histsoc (1860-2005)2005soc (2006-2299)rcp26soc (2006-2099)rcp60soc (2006-2099)2100rcp26soc (2100-2299)Please note that the scenarios marked in bold are new data ...
The future land-use totals data will be replaced in order to ensure consistency with the land-use data divided into 15 different crop types. The new future land-use patterns, both totals and 15 crop types, will be published soon.
We will shortly publish a data set of industrial and domestic water consumption and withdrawals covering the entire period from 1901 to 2050. In order to ensure a smooth transition between the past and the future, the previously published future scenarios will be slightly modified. The historical data sets are available now and represents the av ...
The Princeton data set provided to you for use in the ISI-MIP2.1a
simulations for the period 1901-1947 has been superceded by a corrected
version. The problem was a mistake in the data provider's processing
scripts for temperature and humidity. A decision has not yet been
reached as to whether simulations using these data should be re-run wi ...
a follow-up to the Version 2 bug, the WFDEI period was processed with
an improper land-sea mask leading to about 200 grid cells holding zero
values for the WFDEI Period (1979-2012). Mainly smaller islands and some
coast lines were affected (see red points below). The detrended data and data before 1979 were not affected and are the sames ...
A truncation error during processing of the WATCH data resulted in
daily values of total precipitation and snowfall for the period
1958-2001 being decreased to integer mm/day values. As a result,
accumulated monthly precipitation has been reduced by up to 10mm in some
months and regions.
The problems were with the WATCH data set only, but be ...
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