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Welcome to the website of the Southeast Asian Climate Assessment & Dataset (SACA&D) project. Presented is information on changes in weather and climate extremes, as well as the daily dataset needed to monitor and analyse these extremes.

 

What's new?

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The database is updated until: Jun 30, 2018.

September 2018 - SA-OBSv2.0 has been released.

July 2018 - Updates for GHCND have been included.

July 2018 - Updates up to June 2018 have been included for Indonesia (kindly provided by Badan Meteorologi Klimatologi dan Geofisika (BMKG)).

July 2018 - Updates up to December 2017 have been included for ACORN dataset Australia (kindly provided by Bureau of Meteorology).

July 2018 - Updates up to 2015 have been included for Singapore (kindly provided by Meteorological Service Singapore).

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Participants and data

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Today, SACA&D is receiving data from 11 participants for 15 countries and the SACA dataset contains 5720 series of observations for 9 elements at 3913 meteorological stations throughout Southeast Asia. 35% of these series is public, which means downloadable from this website for non-commercial research (see Daily data > Data dictionary for an overview of all available series). Participation to SACA&D is open to anyone maintaining daily station data. If you want to join please contact us. See our Data Policy for more details.

 

 

SA-OBS gridded dataset

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SA-OBS version 2.0 has been released. SA-OBS is a daily gridded observational dataset for precipitation and temperature in Southeast Asia based on SACA&D information. The full dataset covers the period 1981-01-01 until 2017-12-31. It has originally been developed and updated as part of the Joint Cooperation Program project.


DiDaH project

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SACA&D is developed as part of the Digitisasi Data Historis (Didah) project. This project is focusing on the digitization and use of high-resolution historical climate data from Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries. Didah is a joint project between the National Meteorological Services of Indonesia (BMKG) and the Netherlands (KNMI).

The results on this website contribute to the work of the Asian Pacific Network for climate extremes (APN).

 

 

Contact us

Project team SACA&D
Badan Meteorologi Klimatologi dan Geofisika (BMKG)
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI)

Contact email

Staff:

Sunarjo (BMKG)

Jaumil Achyar (BMKG)

Noer Hayati (BMKG)

Iqbal (BMKG)

Aris Suwondo (BMKG)

Gerard van der Schrier (KNMI)

Else van den Besselaar (KNMI)

 

 

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