Data for: Characterization of long period return values of extreme daily temperature and precipitation in the CMIP6 models: Part 2, projections of future change.

Published: 28 September 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/xxpz35r97r.1
Michael Wehner


netcdf files of the multi-model average changes in extreme precipitation and temperature where the file name describes the details: cmip5 or cmip6 refers to model generation. TXx hot days TXn cold days TNN cold nights TNX warm nights Rx1day wet days Temperature changes are in degrees C, Precipitation changes in percent Global warming levels are 1.5, 2, 3 and 4C above preindustrial global mean surface temperature All results are over land only. If return value is in the name, that is the 20 year return value changes. Examples: contains the CMIP6 multi-model average change in average hot day temperatures (TXx) at 4C above preindustrial contains the CMIP5 multi-model average percent change in 20 year return values of Rx1day at 4C above preindustrial



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