We encourage the use of the SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia. However, its free usage is only limited to research and non-commercial activities. Commercial and consultancy works must request permission from data provider and project leader.
The use of SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia data must come with the following acknowledgment in all publications using the data:
"The downscaled data is product of the SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia Project (ARCP2015-04CMY-Tangang) and SEACLID/CORDEX Southeast Asia Phase 2: High-resolution analysis of climate extreme over key areas in Southeast Asia Project (CRRP2016-2MY-Santisirisomboon) funded by the Asia-Pacific Networks for Global Change Research (APN)."
and citation of the following papers:
Juneng L, Tangang F, Chung JX, Ngai ST, Tay TW, Narisma G, Cruz F, Phan-Van T, Ngo-Duc T, Santisirisomboon J, Singhruck P, Gunawan D, Aldrian E. 2016. Sensitivity of the Southeast Asia Rainfall Simulations to Cumulus and Air-Sea Flux Parameterizations in RegCM4. Climate Research, 69: 59-77, doi:10.3354/cr01386.
Ngo-Duc T, Tangang FT, Santisirisomboon J, Cruz F, Trinh-Tuan L, Nguyen-Xuan T, Phan-Van T, Juneng L, Narisma G, Singhruck P, Gunawan D, Aldrian E. 2017. Performance evaluation of RegCM4 in simulating extreme rainfall and temperature indices over the CORDEX-Southeast Asia Region. International Journal of Climatology, 37: 1634-1647, doi: 10.1002/joc.4803
Cruz FT, Narisma GT, Dado JB, Singhruck P, Tangang F, Linarka UA, Wati T, Juneng L, Phan-Van T, Ngo-Duc T, Santisirisomboon J, Gunawan D, Aldrian E. 2017. Sensitivity of temperature to physical parameterization schemes of RegCM4 over the CORDEX-Southeast Asia region. International Journal of Climatology, 37: 5139-5153, doi:10.1002/joc.5151.
Tangang, F., Supari, S., Chung, J., Cruz, F., Salimun, E., Ngai, S., . . . Hein-Griggs, D. (2018). Future changes in annual precipitation extremes over Southeast Asia under global warming of 2°C. APN Science Bulletin, 8(1). doi:10.30852/sb.2018.436