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    • A data portal for regional climatic trend analysis in a Peruvian High Andes region 

      Schwarb, M.; Acuña, Delia; Konzelmann, Thomas; Rohrer, M.; Salzmann, N.; Serpa Lopez, B.; Silvestre, E.

      (Copernicus Publications, 2011-08-16)
      Acceso abierto
      In the frame of a Swiss-Peruvian climate change adaptation initiative (PACC), operational and historical data series of more than 100 stations of the Peruvian Meteorological and Hydrological Service (SENAMHI) are now ...
    • Identifying, attributing, and overcoming common data quality issues of manned station observations 

      Hunziker, Stefan; Gubler, Stefanie; Calle, J.; Moreno, Isabel; Andrade, Marcos; Velarde, Fernando; Ticona, Laura; Carrasco, Gualberto; Castellón, Yaruska; Oria, Clara; Croci-Maspoli, M.; Konzelmann, Thomas; Rohrer, M.; Brönnimann, Stefan

      (John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2017-03-20)
      Acceso abierto
      In situ climatological observations are essential for studies related to climate trends and extreme events. However, in many regions of the globe, observational records are affected by a large number of data quality issues. ...
    • The influence of station density on climate data homogenization 

      Gubler, S.; Hunziker, S.; Begert, M.; Croci-Maspoli, M.; Konzelmann, Thomas; Brönnimann, Stefan; Schwierz, C.; Oria, Clara; Rosas, Gabriela

      (John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 2017-11)
      Relative homogenization methods assume that measurements of nearby stations experience similar climate signals and rely therefore on dense station networks with high-temporal correlations. In developing countries such as ...
    • Integrated assessment and adaptation to climate change impacts in the Peruvian Andes 

      Salzmann, N.; Huggel, C.; Calanca, P.; Díaz, A.; Jonas, T.; Jurt, C.; Konzelmann, Thomas; Lagos, P.; Rohrer, M.; Silverio, W.; Zappa, M.

      (Copernicus GmbH, 2009-11)
      Acceso abierto
      The Andes as mountain regions worldwide, provide fundamental resources, not only for the local population. Due to the topographic characteristics, the potential for natural hazards is higher than elsewhere. In these areas, ...