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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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This dataset contains per-pixel anomailes (z-scores) for each variable, which is the distance between two climate means in units of standard deviation. This includes change for the recent time slice (1981-2012) and future timslice (2040-2069). Recent anomalies are 800m resoultion and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future anomalies are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Anomaly = delta (recent or future)/ standard deviation of baseline
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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Trends measure the magnitude and statistical significance within the recent 32-year timeslice (1981-2012) using a combination of two tests. Theil-Sen slope was used to calculate magnitude of change within the recent timeframe; a Theil-Sen linear regression line is fit to the 32-year time series. The change in the value of this line across the 32-year period indicates magnitude of climate change. The Mann-Kendall test was used to calculate p-values to measure the statistical significance of the magnitude of the 32-year trend. Change was only deemed statistically significant in places where the Mann-Kendall p-value was less than 0.05.
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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This dataset contains per-pixel anomailes (z-scores) for each variable, which is the distance between two climate means in units of standard deviation. This includes change for the recent time slice (1981-2012) and future timslice (2040-2069). Recent anomalies are 800m resoultion and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future anomalies are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Anomaly = delta (recent or future)/ standard deviation of baseline
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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For each variable the per pixel change between the recent time slice (1981-2012) or future timslice (2050s) and the baseline (1900-1980) was calculated, identifying climate “deltas” for each pixel. Recent deltas are 800m resolution and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future deltas are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Delta = later timeslice (recent or future) - baseline. Raster values are expressed in climate units either mm for precipitation or degrees c for temperature. delta ratio values are included for precipitation and CMD, which are ratios of change (1 = no change, < 1 = decreasing, > 1 = increasing).
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This dataset contains per-pixel anomailes (z-scores) for each variable, which is the distance between two climate means in units of standard deviation. This includes change for the recent time slice (1981-2012) and future timslice (2040-2069). Recent anomalies are 800m resoultion and use PRISM as the source dataset. Future anomalies are 4km resolution and use ClimateWNA as the source dataset. Anomaly = delta (recent or future)/ standard deviation of baseline
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Current Bioclimatic envelope for Aspen. Data from Rehfeldt, G.E., Crookston, H.L., SaenzRomero, C, and Campbell, E.M., 2012, North 1 American vegetation model for land use planning in a changing climate. A solution to large 2 classification problems: Ecological Applications, v. 22, no. 1, p. 119 to 141.
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Average annual temperature for 2076-2090 projected by the GFDL 2.1 GCM run 1 driven by the A2 emissions scenario at 1/8 degree latitude-longitude (approximately 12km by 12 km) over the Wyoming Basin and surrounding areas. BCSD data downloaded the "Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate and Hydrology Projections," archived at http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/.
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To evaluate the potential effects of climate change on terrestrial communities and tree species we used models of bioclimatic envelopes suitable for terrestrial communities and tree species across the U.S. developed by Rehfeldt et al. 2012. We developed a crosswalk between the biome classification used by Rehfeldt et al. and the terrestrial communities based on LANDFIRE used for the REA. We used the crosswalk to represent the potential changes in bioclimatic envelope for biomes modeled by Rehfeldt et al. for three of the climate change scenarios they evaluated. Climate scenario I using CCCM3. Climate scenario II used GFDLCM21.Climate scenario III used HADCM3. All used emission scenario A2. Time period 2030 represents...
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Average January temperature for 2016-2030 projected by the GFDL2.1 GCM run 1 driven by the A2 emissions scenario at 1/8 degree latitude-longitude (approximately 12km by 12 km) over the Wyoming Basin and surrounding areas. BCSD data downloaded the "Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate and Hydrology Projections," archived at http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/.
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Average annual precipitation for 2046-2060 projected by the by 36-member ensemble (16 GCMs with multiple runs of some models, all the runs available for BCSD) driven by the A2 emissions scenario at 1/8 degree latitude-longitude (approximately 12km by 12 km) over the Wyoming Basin and surrounding areas. BCSD data downloaded the "Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate and Hydrology Projections," archived at http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/.
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Average winter (Jan-March) precipitation for 2046-2060 projected by the GFDL2.1 GCM run 1 driven by the A2 emissions scenario at 1/8 degree latitude-longitude (approximately 12km by 12 km) over the Wyoming Basin and surrounding areas. BCSD data downloaded the "Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate and Hydrology Projections," archived at http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/.
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Average annual temperature for 2016-2030 projected by the ECHAM5 GCM run 1 driven by the A2 emissions scenario at 1/8 degree latitude-longitude (approximately 12km by 12 km) from a 36-member GCM ensemble (16 GCMs with multiple runs of some GCMs, all the runs available for BCSD) over the Wyoming Basin and surrounding areas. BCSD data downloaded from the "Downscaled CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate and Hydrology Projections" archived at http://gdo-dcp.ucllnl.org/downscaled_cmip_projections/.


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