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User guide of the ENSEMBLES downscaling portal (version 2)

AuthorsGutiérrez, José M. ; San-Martín, D. ; Cofiño, A. S.; Herrera, S. ; Manzanas, R. ; Frías, M. D.
Issue Date2011
CitationTech. Notes Santander Meteorology Group (CSIC-UC): GMS:2: 1–16 (2011)
AbstractThis report describes the structure and usage of the statistical downscaling portal developed by the Santander Meteorology Group (http://www.meteo.unican.es) with the technical assistance of Predictia (http://www.predicita.es) as part of the activities of the EU-funded ENSEMBLES project (2004-2009, see http://ensembles-eu.metoffice.com). The current operational version (version 2) is a complete reimplementation of the portal, allowing particular adaptations and views for supporting projects and institutions (see the acknowledgements at the end). The three main actions necessary to create a downscaling method (defining the predictors, choosing the local/regional target variable to be downscaled and creating the downscaling method) are described step by step, illustrating the different options available from the portal. Afterwards, the application of the method to downscale GCM climate scenarios is described and some information about validating and interpreting the results is provided. Therefore, this document is intended to be a brief user guide for the downscaling portal and requires additional “good practice documents” to learn about the optimum regions and predictors for the statistical downscaling process.
Publisher version (URL)https://www.meteo.unican.es/downscaling/qweci
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