Projects from the department of Observations & Data Technology

  1. Figure 1: Station locations in ECA&D providing daily precipitation sums.
    The European Climate Assessment & Dataset

    In order to facilitate climate research on the European domain, the European Climate Assessment & Dataset (ECA&D) has been developed.

  2. SMHI has run two 5-year reanalyses (2006-2010) with two model versions, to provide some feeling for the uncertainty or differences due to model differences. An example of the standard deviation of differences is shown above.

    Uncertainties in Ensembles of Regional ReAnalyses

  3. KNMI DataLab data-driven innovation lifecycle
    KNMI DataLab

    The KNMI DataLab is a new entity inside KNMI to deal with the new and dynamic challenges of the Big Data age.

  4. Figure 1. Comparsion of Tn, Tx, and Tmean before (bluegreen) and after (redorange)  homogenization for De Bilt 1901-2015.
    Climatological studies

    Homogeneous time series of daily precipitation, temperature, and other meteorological variables are indispensable for climate change and variability studies

  5. Dashboard: a categorized overview of all warnings and errors.
    Monitoring of KNMI Operational Systems: PRISMA

    Providing ways to explore and maintain the structure of KNMI's data processing chains.

  6. Visualization of precipitation from KNMI radars above the Netherlands during a heavy rainstorm.

    Atmospheric data access for the geospatial user community

  7. CLIPC
    CLIPC: Climate Information Portal for Copernicus

    CLIPC is a portal to provide a single point of access for scientific information on climate change. This is made possible through the Copernicus Earth Observation Programme for Europe, which will deliver a new generation of environmental data.