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Taiwan Climate Change Projection Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform
Data Source : Taiwan Climate Change Projection Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform
Date Added : 2018/6/12

Abstract :
The latest climate change research project in Taiwan.

Extreme Precipitation-- Floods
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
By the end of the 21st century, the most sever scenario (RCP 8.5) will lead us to the increase of days with more rainfall. The projection shows the increases of both R20mm and R200mm, pointing to the increasing probability of flood events.

Extreme Precipitation-- Droughts
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
By the end of the 21st century, annual precipitation days among regions in Taiwan will decrease, coupled with more days with extremely little rainfall. This is to say, the possibility of drought event will increase.

Changes of Typhoons-- Future Projections
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
In the future, there is similarity among TY in WNP and TY affecting Taiwan.

Changes of Typhoons-- Past Observations
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Generally, both the number of typhoon genesis in WNP and those affecting Taiwan show no significant changes.

Extreme High Temperature
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Frequency of extreme high temperature event in Taiwan has increased, and it may become more severe in the future.

Seasonal Changes
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
For the past 50 years, seasons in Taiwan have changed significantly: while summer becomes longer, winter is now shorter.

Changes in the Ocean--Ocean Acidification and Temperature
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Besides sea level, changes also appear in the temperature and pH of ocean surface water.

Changes in the Ocean-- Sea Level
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
The Sea level around Taiwan rose over the past 50 years.

Precipitation Change-- Future Projections
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Future precipitation change in Taiwan: likely to increase in the wet seasons (summer and autumn).

Precipitation Change-- Past Observations
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
The precipitation over the past 100 years did not exhibit significant change, yet the contrast in precipitation between wet and dry seasons will increase.

Temperature Change-- Future Projections
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Taiwan will continue to heat up, while the northern part to be more significant.

Temperature Change-- Past Observations
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan 2017: Scientific Report I –the Physical Science Basis
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
Trend: Warming over the Past Century.

Taiwan Climate Change Projection Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform
Data Source : Taiwan Climate Change Projection Information and Adaptation Knowledge Platform
Date Added : 2018/5/16

Abstract :
The latest climate change research project in Taiwan.

Annual mean temperature in Taiwan from 1911 to 2009
Data Source : Climate Change in Taiwan: Scientific Report 2011
Date Added : 2015/9/7

Abstract :
Averaged using data from six meteorological stations in Taipei, Taichung, Tainan, Hengchun, Hualien, and Taitung. The black line is the 11-year running mean. Linear regression lines are shown for the last 100 (yellow), 50 (green), and 30 (purple) years. Solid lines indicate that linear trends pass the 5% significance test and dotted lines do not. Trends calculated from regression slopes are shown in the top left corner. The mean temperature of the climatological base period from 1980 to 1999 is shown in the bottom right.

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