These data are taken from the North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program (NARCCAP). Specifically, the data provide maximum daily surface air temperature (K) (abbreviated tasmax) for locations in the United States, Mexico, and Canada for the five consecutive days of May 15, 2041 to May 19, 2041 simulated using the Canadian Regional Climate Model (Caya and Laprise, 1999) forced by the Community Climate System Model atmosphere-ocean general circular model (Collins et al., 2006)
A 140\times115 matrix of longitude coordinates.
A 140\times115 matrix of latitude coordinates.
A 140\times115\times5 array of tasmax values.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) through the North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program (NARCCAP) <doi:10.5065/D6RN35ST>.
Mearns, L.O., et al., 2007, updated 2012. The North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program dataset, National Center for Atmospheric Research Earth System Grid data portal, Boulder, CO. Data downloaded 2016-08-12. <doi:10.5065/D6RN35ST>.
Mearns, L. O., W. J. Gutowski, R. Jones, L.-Y. Leung, S. McGinnis, A. M. B. Nunes, and Y. Qian: A regional climate change assessment program for North America. EOS, Vol. 90, No. 36, 8 September 2009, pp. 311-312.
D. Caya and R. Laprise. A semi-implicit semi-Lagrangian regional climate model: The Canadian RCM. Monthly Weather Review, 127(3):341-362, 1999.
M. Collins, B. B. Booth, G. R. Harris, J.M. Murphy, D. M. Sexton, and M. J. Webb. Towards quantifying uncertainty in transient climate change. Climate Dynamics, 27(2-3):127-147, 2006.
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