Recent updates and new look !

We have updated the prototype and slightly modified the layout and colors. The updates included also fixing some minor bugs in the plots and documentation. A list of what has been done can be found hereafter.

  1. Legend names have been shortened and replaced by the identification number of the simulation in the meta data table. You can still get the full legend name when hovering on the chart.
  2. More info boxes have been added and an explanation of the various functionalities within each item have also been added. You have to collapse the box of each item title to get an overview.
  3. An item related to the COPERNICUS terms of use have been added in the main dashboard header.
  4. Chart and maps documentation have been improved and few inconsistencies fixed as well.

We are still counting on your feedback to improve more the prototype so that we satisfy your needs and requirements.

Fianlly, RCP8.5 results will be added soon.

Posted by Abdelkader – MET Norway on Oct. 26, 2018

We have exceeded 1500 users !


We are happy to publish a new achieved record related to the number of users. Congratulations!

We have exceeded 1500 users since the prototype has been launched

That is quite satisfying as it shows that our Prototype has been successfully implemented and filled a real gap between providers and users of climate change information.

Have a nice week.

Daily variations in the number of DECM app users (red) and sessions (blue) from the beginning of year 2018.

Posted by Abdelkader Mezghani (MET Norway), Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Results for RCP8.5/GCMs will be added soon


We have started processing global climate models (GCMs) assuming the RCP8.5 emission scenario as it was requested by many users. We will add those results to the app as soon as they are ready.

Many thanks again for your collaboration and looking forward for more feedback on our website and app.


Posted by Abdelkader Mezghani, Oct. 9, 2018