Trend in the number of frost-free days

Figure Created 22 Jun 2016 Published 19 Dec 2016 Last modified 09 Feb 2017
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The annual rate of change of frost-free days represents the trend coefficient for long-term changes in the annual number of days with a minimum daily temperature above 0 °C. For example, a value of 1 indicates that the number of frost-free days has increased on average by 1 day per year in last 30 years (period 1985-2014). The analysis is based on the JRC-MARS gridded meteorological data at 25 km resolution.

European data


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The resulting geotiff has one band representing the value of the calculated trend in days per year.

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