Caliza is one of the core computational tools used by CRA to perform nonstationary risk analysis. It is the flagship of CRA software products.
The role of Caliza and its predecessor, XTREND, in the study of climate risk, has been frequently noted in professional journals which have a high impact on the climate change industry. See right for examples.
CRA can easily custom-tailor Caliza to reflect your specific requirements for sensitivity analysis. Consider, for example, how sensitive flood risk estimates are to the existence or nonexistence of reservoirs on a river.
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Selected Caliza papers
Christie et al. (2011) Aridity changes in the Temperate-Mediterranean transition of the Andes since AD 1346 reconstructed from tree-rings Climate Dynamics 36:1505.
D'Arrigo et al. (2011) Reconstructed streamflow for Citarum river, Java, Indonesia: Linkages to tropical climate dynamics. Climate Dynamics 36:451.
Girardin et al. (2009) Heterogeneous response of circumboreal wildfire risk to climate change since the early 1900s. Global Change Biology 15:2751.
Abram et al. (2008) Recent intensification of tropical climate variability in the Indian Ocean. Nature Geoscience 1:849.
Besonen et al. (2008) A 1,000-year, annually-resolved record of hurricane activity from Boston, Massachusetts. Geophysical Research Letters 35:L14705.
Girardin and Mudelsee (2008) Past and future changes in Canadian boreal wildfire activity. Ecological Applications 18:391.
Fleitmann et al. (2007) East African soil erosion recorded in a 300 year old coral colony from Kenya. Geophysical Research Letters 34:L04401.
Mudelsee et al. (2006) Trends in flood risk of the River Werra (Germany) over the past 500 years. Hydrological Sciences Journal 51:818.
Girardin et al. (2006) A 229-year dendroclimatic-inferred record of forest fire activity for the Boreal Shield of Canada. International Journal of Wildland Fire 15:375.
Mudelsee et al. (2004) Extreme floods in central Europe over the past 500 years: Role of cyclone pathway "Zugstrasse Vb". Journal of Geophysical Research 109:D23101.
Mudelsee et al. (2003) No upward trends in the occurrence of extreme floods in central Europe. Nature 425:166.