DEVELOPING A DYNAMIC DATA BASE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IN EGYPT (ROBUST TOOL FOR INTRODUCING CLIMATE CHANGE)SHERIEN ZAHRAN, KHALD KHIRELDIEN AND ROWIDA FOAD
Developing a Dynamic Data Base system for climate change (DBCC) could be associate for enhancing scientific Knowledge in how climate change is predicted and support a new innovation and scientific researches, improve the climate information and water related measures and then support the decision makers to build strategies that cope with climate disaster with related water impacts. This study aims to develop dynamic database (DBCC) system as robust tool to support decision maker for sustainable development projects. This tool is depending on the future projections of climate models and climate scenarios taking in consideration the analysis of extremes climate indicators, trends, and frequency of occurrence of some hazards. In This tool, projections of climate change up to year 2100 for many regional climate models and examples of 40 General circulation models (GCM) with different climate scenarios have been stored, rather than historical data for more than 30 years in daily basis. The future projections of climate models were downloaded dynamically and statistically and biased corrected before stored in DBCC system. In this paper the applied analysis, algorism and the features of the dynamic database with detailed design criteriaâs and methodologies have been presented. This tool is applied at Wadi El- Natron area that lies at the west of Nile Delta which characterized with low area and suffered from many extremesâ events. MYSQL engine with java, python, and net programs languages are used for deployment of this system with user friendly interface. This tool is flexible and dynamic for adding and enhancing for other climate models, parameters or another pilot area.