Maps and Visualizations
GERICS develops concepts and methods for simple, easily understandable visualizations of climate related data. Examples include projected precipitation changes, which have been visualized on a “rain map”. The maps being derived from comprehensive data bases like ensembles of local climate projections.
Climate Signal Maps
Which regions in Germany will show significant climate changes? And how robust are statements about expected climate changes? In order to give answers to questions such as these, GERICS has developed the Climate Signal Maps, with which it is possible to assess future regional climate change in Germany. The maps are based on regional climate change simulations. In order to estimate the range of possible future climate changes in particular regions, we used the largest available ensemble of high-resolution climate projections.
GERICS Climate Signal Maps regional
Climate Signal Maps (global)
The global Climate Signal Maps are mapping the robustness of global climate change information. They are based on an ensemble of global climate projections.
GERICS Climate Signal Maps global
In cooperation with representatives of some of the German Bundesländer, GERICS has developed the Rain Map, a simple, easily understandable visualization of projected precipitation changes. The data base is an ensemble of regional climate projections (e.g. Euro-Cordex). The visualization method can be easily transferred to other climate parameters and regions.