The data provides an assessment of end of century climate change relative to the first decade of the current century. The geographical domain spans the entire continental US (CONUS). The quantification of end of century relative to start of century climate change results from emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and urban development, separately and in tandem. In addition, simulations employing thermal mitigation strategies, including cool and evaporative roofs, and street trees, characterize the extent to which future urban heat can be reduced.
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Aug 31, 2022
Georgescu, Matei; Brandi, Aldo; Broadbent, Ashley; Krayenhoff, Scott, 2021, "2090-2099 Projected Climates and Urban Development Scenarios - Conterminous U.S. (CONUS) Simulation Data",, ASU Library Research Data Repository, V3
Simulations representing different climate change, urban development and heat adaptation strategies scenarios for the future Conterminous United States. Refer to CONUS_Sims_README.txt for additional documentation.
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