Jeremy R. Campbell wrote:I'm really interested in this concept of Climate Analogues. I think it can be a powerful tool for connecting people to resources/information/technique in the vast abyss of unstructured internet content. I've just published a tool (Climate Explorer) to identify the Koppen classification for just about any location on earth. I'd appreciate it if anyone could take it for a spin and give me feedback on accuracy of data presented.
Skandi Rogers wrote:You don't have my town so it defaulted to one 60miles away which is actually in a different zone to me, Other than that it seemed to give classification for that town correctly, I would dispute the frost dates but that may be because inside a large town they are different to out on the countryside.
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