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SRS-GDA: A spatial random sampling toolbox for grid-based hydro-climatic data analysis in environmental change studies

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Environmental Modelling & Software, Volume: 124, Start page: 104598

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We present in this paper the development of a new, open-source MATLAB toolbox SRS-GDA that aims to providerandom spatial sampling of grid-based hydro-climatic datasets for environmental change studies. This toolboxaddresses the needs of quantifying how hydro-climatic responses, which are often drive...

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ISSN: 1364-8152
Published: Elsevier BV 2020
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title SRS-GDA: A spatial random sampling toolbox for grid-based hydro-climatic data analysis in environmental change studies
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title_short SRS-GDA: A spatial random sampling toolbox for grid-based hydro-climatic data analysis in environmental change studies
title_full SRS-GDA: A spatial random sampling toolbox for grid-based hydro-climatic data analysis in environmental change studies
title_fullStr SRS-GDA: A spatial random sampling toolbox for grid-based hydro-climatic data analysis in environmental change studies
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description We present in this paper the development of a new, open-source MATLAB toolbox SRS-GDA that aims to providerandom spatial sampling of grid-based hydro-climatic datasets for environmental change studies. This toolboxaddresses the needs of quantifying how hydro-climatic responses, which are often driven by grid-based forcingdatasets such as climate model projections, vary with location and scale. The toolbox can be used to carry outrandom spatial sampling of grid-based quantities with various constraints: shape, size, location, dominantorientation and resolution. A case study of a large dataset, the GEAR rainfall dataset is supplied to demonstratethe typical uses case of this toolbox. The provision of the toolbox for downloading together with the sample datais also presented.
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