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Please enter the KNMI Climate Explorer, a research tool to investigate the climate. This web site collects a lot of climate data and analysis tools. Please verify yourself that the data you use is good enough for your purpose, and report errors back. In publications the original data source should be cited, a link to a web page describing the data is always provided.
Start by selecting a class of climate data from the right-hand menu. After you have selected the time series or fields of interest, you will be able to investigate it, correlate it to other data, and generate derived data from it.
If you are new it may be helpful to study the examples.
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Some restrictions are in force, notably the possibility to define your own indices, to upload data into the Climate Explorer and to handle large datasets. If you want to use these features please log in or register.
|18-apr-2019||Next Tuesday 23 April 11:00 CEST the servers will be renamed. The new server at SurfSARA that is now climexp-test.knmi.nl will be climexp.knmi.nl, the old one will be reachable as climexp-old.knmi.nl for two weeks and then switched off. Uploaded data, preferences etc are not migrated, you can finish your calculations on the old server or start already on the new one.|
|18-apr-2019||Added Reconstructed scPDSI for Australia/New Zealand Drought Atlas (thanks Jonathan)|
|16-apr-2019||Added Copernicus sealevel fields.|
|09-apr-2019||Added 107 extreme indices based on GLDAS to the reanalysis section (thanks Malcolm)|
|09-apr-2019||The Gauss fit under "trends of extremes" now also generates plots on a logarithmic scale rather than the sqrt-log scale that gives straight lines. This makes it easier to compare with more sensible fits. (Never use a Gauss to extrapolate!)|
|03-apr-2019||ERA5 daily data now avialable (thanks Philippe).|