Climate Change and Climate Services
Data on meteoceanographic variables are necessary for a multitude of applications (engineering work, territorial management, risk assessment, etc.). The data can come from measured observations or be generated through the use of numerical models.
The climate is one of the main factors that condition society’s way of life. The climate, however, requires a broader and more complex study than a simple description of the meteorological-oceanographic conditions at a given time, or their short-term forecast.
Hydroclimatology is tasked with characterizing the average and extreme regimes of climatic variables linked to the water cycle, from the smallest to the largest scale
What will the wave height and sea level be tomorrow on the coast? What areas will be suitable for bathing and which will not? Will the oil spill reach my coast? Will the tsunami that was triggered two hours ago in Alaska have consequences for my city?
Climate change is a reality and a threat to many areas around the planet. Changes in weather patterns and rising sea levels pose a major risk, especially in coastal areas…
From among the available data, we select those that provide truly relevant information and that enhance a project’s profitability and probability of success.
We use sophisticated adjustment techniques and resort to sophisticated adjustment techniques to build data series that are adapted to the needs of the client.
We transform these data into usable information through de-escalation processes that provide the user with information for a spatio-temporal window that does not match that available in the data.
We process the data and convert them into relevant information that provides an added value.