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  • Ten years of present-day 25km regional pan-Africa (P25: Present) data were produced by the NERC funded IMPALA (Improving Model Processes for African cLimAte) project team using the Met Office Unified Model and are valid from 1997-2007. Parameters include (but not limited to); near-surface air temperature, outgoing longwave radiation, surface latent heat flux and surface sensible heat flux. The IMPALA project is within the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme. Here a subset of variables of the data produced is provided in NetCDF format for community reuse, variables are available at a range of temporal frequencies.

  • The future Climate Predictions for Africa (CP4A-future) data were produced using the Met Office's Unified Model (4.5km horizontal grid spacing), the IMPALA (Improving Model Processes for African cLimAte) project ran a ten-year timeslice simulation that is representative of end the 21st century (2095-2105) using a 30-year averaged sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly (2085-2115 relative to 1975-2005). Parameters include (but not limited to); near-surface air temperature, outgoing longwave radiation, surface latent heat flux and surface sensible heat flux. The NERC funded IMPALA project is within the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme. Here a subset of variables of the data produced is provided in NetCDF format for community reuse, variables are available at a range of temporal frequencies.

  • The future 25km regional pan-Africa (P25: Present) data were produced using the Met Office's Unified Model, the IMPALA (Improving Model Processes for African cLimAte) project ran a ten year timeslice simulation that is representative of end the 21st century (2095-2105) using a 30-year averaged sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly (2085-2115 relative to 1975-2005). Parameters include (but not limited to); near-surface air temperature, outgoing longwave radiation, surface latent heat flux and surface sensible heat flux. The NERC funded IMPALA project is within the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme. Here a subset of variables of the data produced is provided in NetCDF format for community reuse, variables are available at a range of temporal frequencies.

  • Ten years of present-day Climate Predictions for Africa (CP4A-present) data were produced by the NERC funded IMPALA (Improving Model Processes for African cLimAte) project team using the Met Office Unified Model (4.5km horizontal grid spacing) and are valid from 1997-2007. Parameters include (but not limited to); near-surface air temperature, outgoing longwave radiation and surface sensible heat flux. The IMPALA project is within the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme. Here a subset of variables of the data produced is provided in NetCDF format for community reuse, variables are available at a range of temporal frequencies.