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All Topics | Topic "WEAP method for climate data after 2010"
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Ms. Nora Rydland Fjoesne

Subject: WEAP method for climate data after 2010   
Posted: 2/13/2020 Viewed: 1737 times
Dear all,

I have been using the built-in climate data from Princeton, but this data is limited to the time period 1948-2010.
Do you know method WEAP is using for generating climate data for periods after 2010?
Alternatively, what other climate data sources are recommended? I need wind speed, temperature and precipitation for Spain for the soil moisture method.

Thank you in advance for any support!


Topic "WEAP method for climate data after 2010"