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  • 1. Link climate variables to planning adaptation policies Dr. Takeshi Takama takeshi.takama@sei-international.org
  • 2. 1. Objectives Identify climate info. for target hazards & policies even without formal info. dry spells, Max temp, Min temp, Total rain, …….
  • 3. 2. Identify climate information What variables? E.g. rain for drought Unit? E.g. mm for rain, ℃ for max temp. Period? E.g. daily, monthly. Detail? E.g. station, gridded, spatial mean. Other? E.g. onset of the rainy season.
  • 4. Drought Winds • days <x mm • max daily wind speed Heat wave • T max > x degree Rain • Daily x mm • annual max daily Landslide Onset • accumulative daily rainfall • Consecutive rain x days
  • 5. 3. Identify non-climate information Socio-economic Land use Eco-physical e.g. poverty, population density, distribution, accessibility e.g. forest coverage, road network e.g. soil type, discharge data
  • 6. Clarification Not necessary to be accurate Focus on your hazards, policies, activities