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We have a new version of the SWICCA Demonstrator!
News in this version are three new indicators for downloading: Cloud cover, Realtive humidity and Air temperature. All three indicators in 0.1 degree resolution. To start with these indicators are delivered only for one single member, more details about this will be find in the metadata description.
Right now we are working on uploading socio economic indicators (population and land use). I will let you know when these indicators are up on the SWICCA Demonstrator!
We have a new version of the SWICCA Demonstrator! News in this version:
•You can download the last future period (2071-2100). The reason why the last future period took so long is because for some indicators there are some missing data files in the end of the 21st century. we needed to decide how to handle the missing files and implement these exceptions in the interface. Before we did this, we prioritized to upload all the indicators and time series from the IMPACT2C archive.
•For Visualisation you can now select a certain RCP and resolution. Right now the indicators River flow and Water Temperature are the only indicators that can be visualised and downloaded for more than one resolution (0.5 degree and EHYPE catchments).
In next version of the SWICCA Demonstrator you will find three new indicators in 0.1 degree resolution for downloading: Cloud cover, relative humidity and temperature.
I´ll let you know when it is up and running!
We have a new version of the SWICCA Demonstrator! News in this version is that you can download time series for daily temperature, precipitation and river flow on 0.5 grid resolution.
For these variables there are a very big amount of data. To still get a sufficient performance we have chosen not to present a graph for the time series.
To find the time series you go to “ Graphs and download” and you will find “Precipitation (daily), Temperature (daily) and River flow (daily). As you have selected one of these time series you just press the download button. It is only possible to get the time series for one point at a time.
In the downloaded file for precipitation the name of the tab is a bit misleading, it says “VIC421” although the daily precipitation and temperature are output from the climate models (though bias-corrected) and not an interpretation of the climate model output by hydrological models. We will make this clearer in coming versions of the SWICCA Demonstrator. This will also soon be explained in the metadata description.
For “Statistics and download” this is how it should work:
Click in the map to select a point:
•The coordinate for where in the map you clicked is shown in the selection box called “View data”
•The green area in the map is the subbasin that covers the point where you clicked
•The yellow area in the map is the upstream area of the point where you clicked
•The grey squares in the map show the grid (0.5 for most of the indicators and 0.1 for a few of them)
•The graph that is shown is data for the grid closest to the point where you clicked in the map for the selected indicator. The coordinates for the grid will be shown in the excel-spread sheet as you download data.
•If you want to download more than one grid point you should use the square tool in the “Wiew data” and mark all the grids that you need to download.
If the interface does not work the way I tried to describe above something is wrong. Then you need to describe to me exactly what happened so I can re-create the flaw and report it to the developers (Ingela.email@example.com).
I think a more detaild flow chart sounds like a very good idea! Great!