The Climate Futures for Tasmania project is the Tasmanian Government's most important source of climate change projections at a local scale. The project, managed by the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre, is an essential part of Tasmania's climate
change strategy. It provides the first fine-scale climate information for Tasmania by downscaling six global climate models with two emission scenarios (high emissions scenario - A2 and lower emissions scenario - B1) to generate climate information from 1961 to 2100.
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- Climate Futures for Tasmania reports
The Climate Futures for Tasmania project is the Tasmanian Government's most important source of climate change projections at a local scale. Read the reports that have been released so far.
- Climate Futures for Tasmania projections on the LIST (Land Information System Tasmania)
The Climate Futures for Tasmania projections available on LISTmap includes mean temperature
change, annual rainfall change, pan evaporation change and relative humidity change for three time periods and under two emissions scenarios.
- Local government area climate profiles
The climate profiles summarise the Climate Futures for Tasmania results relevant to each of Tasmania's 29 local government areas.
- Agricultural Futures information sheets
The Tasmanian Government and Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture have jointly produced a series of information sheets which focus on the opportunities and risks for Tasmanian agricultural enterprises resulting from climate change.
- LiDAR Dataset
The Climate Futures LiDAR Dataset is the first high-resolution digital terrain mapping data covering vulnerable Tasmanian coastlines.