DIFFERENCE BETWEEN TLALOC© DATA AND ALADIN©
Climate change models are useful in order to provide the potential evolution of global climate at different time scales, like 2050 or 2070 etc. and for different scenarios of GHG (greenhouse gases) emissions levels and concentrations in the atmosphere.
These scenarios are provided at different spatial resolution, like 225 X 225 km, 50 X 50 km, 12.5 X 12.5 km etc. by using climate downscaling models.
We present here a comparison between 2 maps of 2 datasets for minimum temperatures (temperatures of the night) for the scenario RCP4.5 in January.
The data coming from ALADIN model, provided by METEO France, have a spatial resolution of 8km.
The data coming from our model (CDS toolbox TLALOC) have a spatial resolution of 5m.
We let you imagine what it would be possible to do with such data in order to assess the resilience of your territory (ecosystems dynamics, biodiversity, risk assessment and management...), activities (forestry, agriculture, pasture, management of compensation areas, Nature Based Solution for Climate Change Adaptation...), infrastructures and urban planning (expansive soils hazards, material fatigue…), health (allergies, heat waves...) etc.
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T MIN JANVIER 2050 RCP 4.5
CDS Geoprospective Science