We provide quantitative data on indicators of freshwater-related hazards of climate change at multiple spatial and temporal scales through our Data Portal. These data are based on global hydrological models developed and maintained by European research teams. They may be used to support decision making in the public or private sector, or for scientific and educational purposes. Please consider that our Data Portal is still in the testing phase and that the data are still undergoing quality checks. When using the data, please make sure to acknowledge the CO-MICC consortium.
Visualize, analyze and download multi-model ensemble data of freshwater-related hazards of climate change.
Consult the list of indicators available in our data portal at multiple spatial and temporal scales.
Access standardized metadata for all climate and hydrological variables provided in our data portal.