New application published in the CDS: Climate monitoring and volcanic eruptions

We are pleased to announce that a new application has been published in the Climate Data Store (CDS):

Climate monitoring and volcanic eruptions

The purpose of this application is to explore the effects of volcanic eruptions on the Earth's climate. Major explosive volcanic eruptions can cause short-term effects on the climate thus contributing to natural climate variability on global and regional scales. These effects are often seen as signals in climate data which fade over a period of a couple of months to a few years from the time of the eruption, depending on the location of the volcano and the strength of the eruption. This application provides a quick look at the climate statistics and highlights the behaviour of these statistics in response to natural events such as volcanic eruptions.

For any enquiries regarding this application, please contact us.

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