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Historical Climate data (1940-2006) for the conterminous United States at the county spatial scale based on PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the 5 arc minute grid level for the conterminous United States (US) for the 1940-2006 period. Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

Historical climate data (1940-2006) for the conterminous United States at the 5 arc minute grid spatial scale based on PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the 5 arc minute grid level for the conterminous United States (US) for the 1940-2006 period. Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

Climate Scenarios for the conterminous United States at the 5 arc minute grid spatial scale using SRES scenario B2 and PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the 5 arc minute grid level for the conterminous United States (US). Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

Climate Scenarios for the conterminous United States at the county spatial scale using SRES scenario B2 and PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the county spatial level for the conterminous United States (US). Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

Climate Scenarios for the conterminous United States at the 5 arc minute grid spatial scale using SRES scenarios A1B and A2 and PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the 5 arc minute grid level for the conterminous United States (US). Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

Climate Scenarios for the conterminous United States at the county spatial scale using SRES scenarios A1B and A2 and PRISM climatology

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Monthly totals of precipitation in millimeters (mm), monthly means of daily maximum air temperature in degrees Celsius (C), and monthly means of daily minimum air temperature (C) were developed at the county level for the conterminous United States (US). Also, included are computed monthly mean of daily potential evapotranspiration (mm) and mean grid elevation in meters (m).

High resolution interpolation of climate scenario change factors for Alaska derived from AR4 General Circulation Model simulations

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Projections of future global climate have been developed by numerous climate modeling groups around the world; however, this data is often at spatial scales much larger than the spatial scale of resource management. This study develops a set of change factors that can be used with a user-selected historical climate data set to create climate change projections at the spatial scale of approximately 9.25 kilometer grid.

High resolution interpolation of climate scenario change factors for the conterminous USA derived from AR4 General Circulation Model simulations

Datasets Posted on: August 27, 2015
Projections of future global climate have been developed by numerous climate modeling groups around the world; however, this data is often at spatial scales much larger than the spatial scale of resource management. This study develops a set of change factors that can be used with a user-selected historical climate data set to create climate change projections at the spatial scale of approximately 9.25 kilometer grid.

Projecting climate change in the United States: A technical document supporting the Forest Service RPA 2010 Assessment

Publications Posted on: April 16, 2014
A set of climate change projections for the United States was developed for use in the 2010 USDA Forest Service RPA Assessment. These climate projections, along with projections for population dynamics, economic growth, and land use change in the United States, comprise the RPA scenarios and are used in the RPA Assessment to project future renewable resource conditions 50 years into the future.

High resolution interpolation of climate scenarios for the conterminous USA and Alaska derived from general circulation model simulations

Publications Posted on: December 05, 2011
Projections of future climate were selected for four well-established general circulation models (GCM) forced by each of three greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions scenarios, namely A2, A1B, and B1 from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Emissions Scenarios (SRES).

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