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ClimaMap Ensemble median (rcp4.5): Potential Evapotranspiration Hargreaves

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Ensemble median of the indicator Potential Evapotranspiration from 1981-2100 calculated from 14 rcp45 OEKS15 climate models

Indicator definition: Potential evapotranspiration calculated with the Hargreaves method (Hargreaves and Samani 1982, see https://www.repository.utl.pt/bitstream/10400.5/4250/1/REP-J.L.Teixeira-InTech-Hargreaves_and_other_reduced_set_methods_for_calculating_evapotranspiration.pdf). The standard coefficient of the formula has been replaced with a scaling factor derived from the difference between Hargreaves-based estimations and observation data. Scenario: rcp45. Time resolution: Monthly

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Version 1 Release Date: 2018-05-15 15:38:02.643339

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Using this data set or resource, you should cite this data set according to the given copyright conditions with following citation rules:
Becsi, B. and Laimighofer, J. (2018). ClimaMap Ensemble median (rcp4.5): Potential Evapotranspiration Hargreaves, Version 1. Vienna, Austria. CCCA Data Centre. PID: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11756/b80081e9. [January 28, 2022]

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Organization BOKU
Metadata Point of Contact (Maintainer): Benedikt Becsi
Department of Water-Atmosphere-Environment - Institute of Meteorology

Dataset Creator (Author): Benedikt Becsi
Department of Water-Atmosphere-Environment - Institute of Meteorology

Author: Johannes Laimighofer
Department of Water-Atmosphere-Environment - Institute of Meteorology
johannes.laimighofer@boku.ac.at
Citation Info Becsi, B. and Laimighofer, J.

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Dataset Locator - URI https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11756/b80081e9
Abstract Ensemble median of the indicator Potential Evapotranspiration from 1981-2100 calculated from 14 rcp45 OEKS15 climate models Indicator definition: Potential evapotranspiration calculated with the Hargreaves method (Hargreaves and Samani 1982, see https://www.repository.utl.pt/bitstream/10400.5/4250/1/REP-J.L.Teixeira-InTech-Hargreaves_and_other_reduced_set_methods_for_calculating_evapotranspiration.pdf). The standard coefficient of the formula has been replaced with a scaling factor derived from the difference between Hargreaves-based estimations and observation data. Scenario: rcp45. Time resolution: Monthly
Metadata Language English
License cc-by-sa
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Date of last modification (modified) June 18, 2018, 09:34 (UTC)
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Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors
Tiles by MapQuest
Coverage Austria

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Frequency monthly

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Potential evapotranspiration calculated with the Hargreaves method from near-surface air temperature, corrected by a scaling factor derived from observation data


  Name:   potential_evapotranspiration_hargreaves
  Description:   Potential evapotranspiration calculated with the Hargreaves method from near-surface air temperature, corrected by a scaling factor derived from observation data
  Shape:   [u'time', u'y', u'x']
  Units:   kg m-2
  Standard Name:   water_potential_evaporation_amount

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  Description:   time
  Shape:   1440
  Units:   days since 1949-12-01 00:00:00
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  Description:   x coordinate of projection
  Shape:   575
  Units:   km
  Start:   111.5
  Increment:   1.0
 

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  Description:   y coordinate of projection
  Shape:   297
  Units:   km
  Start:   275.5
  Increment:   1.0
 

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Equivalent Scale 1
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Provenance In CLIMA-MAP wird Kartenmaterial entwickelt, mit welchem mögliche Auswirkungen klimatischer Veränderungen auf geographische und soziale Aspekte in Regionen dargestellt werden. Diese Karten werden gemeinsam mit VertreterInnen ausgewählter österreichischer Gemeinden entwickelt, um sicherzustellen, dass sie den lokalen Bedürfnissen entsprechen und möglichst gut anwendbar sind. Sämtliche bei der Erstellung der Karten generierten Daten werden am CCCA Datenzentrum öffentlich verfügbar gemacht. Zur optimalen Verwendung der Daten wird vorgeschlagen, sich mit den Kontaktpersonen in Verbindung zu setzen.
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