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accuCLIM Daily Weather Time Series: Accurate, high-resolution, mapped weather data for the Australian Wet Tropics World Heritage Area

James Cook University
Collin James Storlie (Associated with, Aggregated by) Jeremy James VanDerWal (Associated with)
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collin.storlie@jcu.edu.au
HPRC (High Performance & Research Computing), James Cook University

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A time-series of daily temperature maxima and minima maps from 1950 - Present. Data are mapped at 0.0025 degrees (~250 meters) spatial resolution and cover the entire extent of Queenslands Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. A large, independently collected set of weather data was used to spatially downscale AWAP daily weather layers of temperature maxima and minima to 0.0025 degree resolution as a function of key topographic and vegetation factors. For complete details of the statistical downscaling procedure see the associated research publication at http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ddi.12068

Created: 11 04 2016

Data time period: 31 12 1949 to 31 12 2015

Data time period: Contemporary

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text: Australian Wet Tropics World Heritage Area

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