Description of the COST - HOME monthly benchmark dataset and the submitted homogenized contributions

Contributors:
  1. Olivier Mestre
  2. Enric Aguilar
  3. Ingeborg Auer
  4. José A. Guijarro
  5. Peter Domonkos
  6. Gregor Vertacnik
  7. Tamás Szentimrey
  8. Petr Stepanek
  9. Pavel Zahradnicek
  10. Julien Viarre
  11. Gerhard Müller-Westermeier
  12. Monika Lakatos
  13. Claude N. Williams
  14. Matthew Menne
  15. Ralf Lindau
  16. Dubravka Rasol
  17. Elke Rustemeier
  18. Kostas Kolokythas
  19. Tania Marinova
  20. Lars Andresen
  21. Fiorella Acquaotta
  22. Simona Fratianni
  23. Sorin Cheval
  24. Matija Klancar
  25. Michele Brunetti
  26. Christine Gruber
  27. Marc Prohom Duran
  28. Tanja Likso
  29. Pere Esteban
  30. Theo Brandsma

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Description: As part of the COST Action HOME a dataset has been generated that will serve as a benchmark for homogenisation algorithms. Members of the Action and third parties have been invited and are still welcome to homogenise this dataset. The results of this exercise was analysed to obtain recommendations for a standard homogenisation procedure and are described in Venema et al. (Climate of the Past, 2012). Chapter two discusses the generation of this benchmark dataset, the climate variables considered, which types of data are in the benchmark dataset, how they have been produced, the ways to introduce artificial inhomogeneities, and the additional specifications such as length, missing data and trends. This chapter is an updated version of a report (Venema et al., 2009), which was available to the participants. A draft for the properties of the benchmark was developed at a Working Group meeting and was approved by the Management Committee of the Cost Action. The homogenized data that was returned by the participant is described in Chapter 3. In total 25 contributions have been returned before the deadline at which the truth was revealed. Multiple late contributions, submitted after the deadline, are also described. The descriptions of the contributions were written by the respective participants.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International

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