...a limited number of high-quality data-sets.
An important part of my work is to develop climate data-sets. My intention is that these data-sets will then be used by researchers investigating the impacts of climate change. Here I provide access to these data-sets.
There are two groups of climate data-sets, intended for two different groups of researchers:
country averages, intended for researchers from the social sciences who are working on international scales, comparing one country with another;
high-resolution grids of monthly climate (observed and future), intended for researchers from the environmental sciences who wish to combine climate data with environmental models.
Alternatively, view all available data-sets in a single table.
Of course, there are other legitimate uses for these data-sets, and researchers are welcome to employ them in any legitimate way.
A more minor data-set is the length of the thermal growing season in Central England. Latest chart (up to 2002).
I do NOT provide...
...any other data-sets.
For observed (historical) climate data, I suggest you try:
For scenarios of future climate, I suggest you try: