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Effect of climate change in soil subsidence calculation
@Henk van Hardeveld , Thank you for letting me share your question and answer on our forum so all users can learn from this.
Based on the WIKI, it is not entirely clear to me how climate change affects the soil subsidence calculation. Is it correct that with the attribute CLIMATE_FINAL_TEMP you specify which temperature you expect in the end year of your calculation? And that the overlay then calculates the temperature change per year from a starting year and based on that adjust the attribute A per year? And is that starting year 2010, with a temperature of 10.1 C? (By the way, in that case you do not take into account the acceleration or deceleration of the climate change, which some scenarios do, but that does not seem too bad to me) And is the value of attribute A that you can enter the default value of the formula, on the basis of which the overlay itself calculates what that value is in the starting year of the calculation? Or do you have to do that last step yourself. What would mean using the values in line 23 of the attached spreadsheet? (Spreadsheet is in Dutch)
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