Climate Cube: About About | VRML | Video  

Climate cube represents several climate parameters in a multidimensional space. Such parameters may be temperature (t), relative humidity (r), precipitation. Each parameter changes along one of the three axes of the cube. Any plane parallel to the sides of the cube represent combination of two parameters, e.g. temperature and relative humidity. Whereas the third parameter, e.g. precipitation, is fixed in the area of the plane and changes when the plane moves along its normal.

Optimal conditions

One of the applications of the climate cube model is determining the optimal conditions for vegetation. Optimal conditions for certain culture are contained within a multidimensional region of the cube, where the combination of the three parameters represent favorable conditions for its successful growth.