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Time series of EmCEI Climate Extremes Index components and subcomponents

Also known as: EmCEI
ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science
Dr Andrea Dittus (Aggregated by) Dr Sophie Lewis (Enriched by) ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science Data Manager (Managed by)
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Access to this dataset is free for non-commercial use, the users are free to download this dataset and share it with others as long as they credit the dataset owners, but they cannot redistribute a modified version of the dataset, commercial use is NOT permitted

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The EmCEI is a combined temperature and precipitation extremes index, measuring the percentage area experiencing "extreme conditions" across five components. "Extreme conditions" is defined as above the 90th percentile or below the 10th percentile. The five components are maximum temperature, minimum temperature, total annual precipitation, heavy precipitation and wet and dry days. These components are calculated from the so-called "ETCCDI indices".

Each individual component is made of two sub-components, corresponding to upper and lower tail extremes respectively. Here we provide the time series of these components and sub-components making up the EmCEI for Europe, North America, Asia, Australia and the Northern Hemisphere.

Created: 24 02 2015

Data time period: 1951 to 31 12 2010

Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Europe

text: North America

text: Australia

text: Asia

text: Northern Hemisphere

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