GeoClimate UKCP09 Premium
Format:GIS polygon data (ESRI, others available by request)
Per sq km: £1
Capped at a maximum cost of £30 000
Subject to number of users, licence fee and data preparation fee.
The BGS GeoClimate: shrink–swell national datasets show potential change in subsidence due to changes in climate. They have been developed by combining long-term UK Climate Projection (UKCP) scenarios for rainfall and temperature changes with the geotechnical properties of the ground, to identify areas projected to experience the largest increases in susceptibility to subsidence over the next century.
GeoClimate UKCP09 Premium is a quasi-1:50 000 scale product (due to the variable scales of input datasets), provided as area polygons, for five time-period envelopes, centred on 2020, 2030, 2040, 2050 and 2080. It is based on the medium emissions scenarios and provides projections for average, wetter and drier climate conditions. For each scenario it describes five categories of projected susceptibility, from highly unlikely to extremely likely.
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Additional dataset information
|Features||GeoClimate UKCP09 Premium|
|Temporal projections (11-year windows)||Six in total: 2020 (2015–2025), 2030 (2025–2035), 2040 (2035–2045), 2050 (2045–2055), 2080 (2075–2085)|
|Historical time period (11-year window)||2010 (2005–2015)|
|UKCP09 emissions scenario||Medium emissions|
|Climate models||11 regional climate models (UKCEH)|
|Climate data scale||Daily 2 km grid|
|Statistical outputs||Medium, drier, and wetter for each scenario projection (18)|
|Format||ESRI vector polygon data|
|Difference maps||15: three for each time slice|