DATA.GOV

Energy
Welcome to the Energy Community
Jeanne Holm // May 1st 2013

Energy.Data.Gov is where data and insight are combined to facilitate public discussion and awareness of our Nation’s energy activities. Whether you are interested in alternative fuels, managing buildings to be more energy efficient, or trying to manage energy in your own home, we have something for you. Look at the
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Energy
The Energy Data Jam Goes on Tour
Anjelika Deogirikar // Apr 12th 2013

2012 was a good year for American innovation. The outgrowth of the “Data Jam” from the health sector into other areas like energy and education sparked an inspiring wave of entrepreneurship. These Jams -- formerly known as Joint Application Modeling Sessions -- were a major improvement to the familiar format
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Climate
Coastal Flooding Theme Adds Eleven New Datasets
Kaylin Bugbee // Apr 14th 2015

In a continued effort to provide key datasets that support the process of developing resilience to climate change, eleven additional datasets are now available in the Coastal Flooding theme. These datasets include: NOAA Optimum Interpolation 1/4 Degree Daily Sea Surface Temperature (OISST) Analysis, Version 2 AVHRR Pathfinder Version 5.2 Level 3 Collated
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Climate
Ecosystem Vulnerability Theme Adds Eleven New Datasets
Kaylin Bugbee // Apr 14th 2015

In a continued effort to provide key datasets that support the process of developing resilience to climate change, eleven additional datasets are now available in the Ecosystem Vulnerability theme. These datasets include: Quality Controlled Local Climatological Data (QCLCD) Publication U.S. Hourly Climate Normals (1981-2010) U.S. Daily Climate Normals (1981-2010) U.S. Monthly Climate Normals (1981-2010) U.S. Annual/Seasonal
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Climate
Launch of Health theme of Climate.Data.Gov
Ana Privette // Mar 23rd 2015

(April 7th 2015) The U.S. Government has released a collection of datasets to help individuals and communities plan for the impacts of climate change on the public’s health. These resources can help answer a number of relevant questions, including: In what ways does the changing climate affect public health where I live? What
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