Meteodiversity Index during the 20 th century in Europe
Document typeBachelor thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
The aim of the project is to study how the Meteodiversity Index have distributed over Europe between 1950 and 2000. To develop the research, 7 meteorological variables have been obtained from the data of 23 meteorological stations across Europe. The paper includes an analysis of the sensitivity of the Meteodiversity Index to changes in the inputs. Then, the evolution of the Meteodiversity Index is studied, both by climate type, according to Köppen climate classification system, and by geographical location. Finally, in the light of the results, another analysis is performed to determine the relationship between the Meteodiversity Index and the climatic tendencies of Europe. Once all data is processed and analyzed, the conclusions of the research are presented and future work on this topic is proposed.