Given a time series of daily temperatures, the package provides tools to detect extreme thermal events, including marine heat waves, and to calculate the exceedances above or below specified threshold values. It outputs the properties of all detected events and exceedances.

Maintainer: Albertus J. Smit <albertus.smit at gmail.com>

Author(s): Albertus J. Smit* (R implementation.), Eric C. J. Oliver* (The brain behind the Python implementation.), Robert W. Schlegel* (Graphical and data summaries.)

Install package and any missing dependencies by running this line in your R console:

install.packages("RmarineHeatWaves")

Depends R (>= 3.00)
Imports stats, utils, ggplot2(>=2.1.0), zoo, lubridate, tidyr, plyr, raster, dplyr, magrittr, grid, lazyeval
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URL https://github.com/ajsmit/RmarineHeatWaves
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Version 0.15.7
Published 2017-06-18
License MIT + file LICENSE
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Package source RmarineHeatWaves_0.15.7.tar.gz