D1.1Individual and global results of co-development in the climate services and final data in AQUACLEW.ReportUCOJune 202034
D1.2Evaluation of the role of co-development in the usability and uptake of climate services (Based on the comparison of trained and untrained user‘s ability to use the CS and how the CS has evolved since the project start)Report/Scientific paperUCOAugust 202036
D2.1Methods and frameworks for evaluating climate change model suitability and designing climate model ensembles for simulating hydrological impacts of climate change Report/Scientific articleSMHIApril 201920
D2.2A user guide to choosing bias-correction, delta-change or statistical downscaling techniques specific to hydrological indicatorsReport/Scientific articleIRSTEAJune 201922
D2.3Methods and Frameworks for evaluating hydrological model suitability for simulating hydrological climate change indicators at different scales. Methods to design hydrological model ensembles based on this Report/Scientific articleGEUSAugust 201924
D2.4Climate Service Update 1: Updated set of pan-European climate indicators based on new methods to be uploaded into an online climate service. Choice of indicators will be based on user needs. Climate Service Update 1SMHIDecember 201928
D2.5Climate Service Update 2: Updated regional/national climate indicators based on new methods uploaded to the Danish and Austrian national climate portals and regional Danish, German and Spanish portals. Choice of indicators will be based on both user needs and the portal’s focus area.Climate Service Update 2BOKUDecember 201928
D3.1User evaluation of the usability of existing climate services relevant to each case study ReportTUDOMay 20189Link
D3.2Comparison of climate change impacts using existing and new methods (1 per case study)Report/Scientific articleSMHIMarch 202031
D3.3Analysis of the usability of the new data in decision making (synthesis across all case studies )Report/Scientific articleTUDOAugust 202036
D4.1Minutes from meetings (e.g. GA, EB, GB, Reference groups) ( SMHI )Meeting minutes (multiple iterations)SMHIOctober 20173
D4.2Project web page including: climate sustainability plan for project ( SMHI )WebpageSMHINovember 20173
D4.3Updated project progress on project webpage including research and outreach ( SMHI )Webpage updates (multiple iterations)SMHIFebruary 20186
D4.4Policy briefPolicy briefSMHIMarch 202033
D4.5Final project report including result implementation and sustainability plans ( SMHI , UCO, GEUS, TUDO)ReportSMHIAugust 202036


No.TitleNatureResponsibleDate DueMonthLink
M1.1Ongoing user feedback summarized and discussed with WP2 every 6 monthsUCO6 monthly6, 13, 19, 25, 31LINK
M1.2M1.2 Initial level of CS users is assessedUCOMarch 20187LINK
M1.3M1.3 New level of CS users co-development of CS assessedUCOApril 202032
M1.4M1.4 Level of new (untrained CS) users is assessedUCOMay 202033
M2.1M2.1 Metrics for performance evaluation decided upon IRSTEAJune 201810Link
M2.2M2.2 Climate model evaluation performed and ensemble selection completedFebruary 201918
M2.3M2.3 Bias-correction/downscaling methods selected for each indicator and study areaApril 201920
M2.4M2.4 Hydrological model calibration and evaluation performed and ensemble selection completedGEUSJuly 201923
M2.5M2.5 Climate change impacts assessment run and post-processed for communication to users October 201926
M2.6M2.6 Final data uploaded to climate services (agile uploading will occur during project also)December 201928
M3.1M3.1 Case studies provide analysis of the usability of existing climate services for water in their regions (pan-European, national and regional) to data providers in WP2 TUDONovember 20173Link
M3.2M3.2 Initial interviews/studies of end-users conducted for each case studyTUDOMarch 20186Link
M3.3M3.3 (a, b, c) Intermediate feedback between case studies and WP2 for agile research developmentmultiple12, 17, 22Link
M3.4M3.4 Climate change impact studies finalized in WP2 and final results presented to each end-user November 201927
M3.5M3.5 Final interviews/studies of end-users conducted and analysed for each caseTUDOMarch 202031
M3.6M3.6 Comparative interviews analysed TUDOJune 202034
M4.1M4.1 KPIs quantified every 6 months (SMHI, WP leaders)SMHI6 monthly6,12,18,24,30,36
M4.2M4.2 Communication plan Living documentSMHINovember 20173Link
M4.3M4.3 Courses, workshops, webinars and masterclasses on using climate services6 monthly9, 15, 21, 27
M4.4M4.4 Impact analysisApril 202032
M4.5M4.5 Data Management planLiving documentSMHIFebruary 16, 19006,30Link