Here you can find data related to climate change that can help inform and prepare America’s communities, businesses, and citizens. You can currently find data and resources related to coastal floodingfood resilience, waterecosystem vulnerability, human health, energy infrastructure and transportation. Over time, you will be able to find additional data and tools relevant to other important climate-related impacts. Please share your feedback.

 

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Coastal Flooding Theme Adds Eleven New Datasets

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 (L3C) Global 4km Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Climate Data Record (CDR) for 1981-2010 NOAA Climate Data Record (CDR) of Gridded Satellite Data from ISCCP B1 (GridSat-B1) 11 micron Brightness Temperature, Version 2 NCDC Storm Events Database Coastal Economic Trends for Coastal Geographies Demographic Trends (1970-2010) for Coastal Geographies FEMA HAZUS Critical Facilities for Coastal Geographies Time-Series Data for Self-Employed Economic Activity Dependent on the Ocean and Great Lakes Economy for Counties, States, and the Nation between 2005 and 2012 Time-Series Data on the Ocean and Great Lakes Economy for Counties, States, and the Nation between 2005 and 2012 (Sector and Industry Level) Time-Series Data on the Ocean and Great Lakes Economy for Counties, States, and the Nation between 2005 and 2012 (Sector Level)Continued

Ecosystem Vulnerability Theme Adds Eleven New Datasets

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 Climate Normals (1981-2010) NCDC Storm Events Database Annual Climatological Summaries NOAA’s Climate Divisional Database U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) Hourly Products U.S. Climate Reference Network (USCRN) Daily ProductsContinued

Ecosystem Vulnerability Theme Adds Five New Datasets

March 18th 2015   In a continued effort to provide key datasets that support the process of developing resilience to climate change, five additional datasets are now available in the Ecosystem Vulnerability theme. Those include: California Ocean Uses Atlas Environmental Sensitivity Index (ESI) Threatened and Endangered Species REST Services US Forest Service Forests To Faucets National Wildlife Chemical Effects Database Threatened and Endangered Terrestrial Animal Species Richness  

Water Theme Adds Eight New Datasets

March 18th 2015   In a continued effort to provide key datasets that support the process of developing resilience to climate change, eight additional datasets are now available in the Water theme. Those include: NOAA Next Generation Radar (NEXRAD) Products Severe Weather Data Inventory (SWDI) State of the Climate Monthly Overview – National Snow and Ice U.S. 15 Minute Precipitation Data U.S. Hourly Precipitation Data United States Climate Reference Network (USCRN) Processed Data GLDAS Noah Land Surface Model L4 3 hourly 0.25 x 0.25 degree Version 2.0 V020 GLDAS Noah Land Surface Model L4 monthly 0.25 x 0.25 degree Version 2.0 V020   … Continued

Ecosystem Vulnerability Launch

Today, the Ecosystem Vulnerability theme page was unveiled during the Plenary Session of the ACES (A Community on Ecosystem Services) conference near Washington, D.C. The Ecosystem Vulnerability theme was formally launched, along with the Water theme, and the Data.gov Ecosystems … Continued