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Data description paper 14 Oct 2019

Data description paper | 14 Oct 2019

seNorge_2018, daily precipitation, and temperature datasets over Norway

Cristian Lussana et al.

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seNorge_2018 is a collection of observational gridded datasets for daily total precipitation and daily mean, minimum, and maximum temperature for the Norwegian mainland covering the time period from 1957 to the present day. The fields have 1 km of grid spacing. The data are used for applications in climatology, hydrology, and meteorology. seNorge_2018 provides a "gridded truth", especially in data-dense regions. The uncertainty increases with decreasing data density.