CLIMHYDEX is a PCCE (Exploratory Research Complex Project) type project running from 2012 to 2016 and was coordinated by the National Meteorological Administration. It has produced studies to improve our knowledge in understanding the complex mechanisms controlling the variability of the most important weather/climate extremes occurring in Romania at various time scales, to estimate the uncertainty associated to their projections in the future perturbed climate and to quantify climate change impact on hydrological regime focusing on extremes events.
CLIMHYDEX is funded by the Executive Unit for Financing Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation (UEFISCDI) in Romania under the PN II Framework, Program „Ideas”. This report summarises the research results of the CLIMHYDEX project.
The final report of the project can be downloaded from here: