Tools are available to help you manage your climate-related risks and opportunities, and to help guide you in building resilience to extreme events. Browse the list below, or filter by topic and/or tool functionality in the boxes above. To expand your results, click the Clear Filters link.
Each issue of this graphics-rich product describes weather and climate highlights from the previous quarter, and indicates the most likely temperature and precipitation conditions for the upcoming quarter.
Explore climate projections for any county in the United States. For the contiguous U.S., you can compare maps of past and projected conditions for coming decades or consult historical records to see when weather has veered outside of normal climate.
Access hydrology and climate data gathered across and around Alaska over time. A map interface shows where, what, and when data have been obtained. Submit a custom data query and the portal will aggregate and export data records from multiple sources in a common format.
This Implementation Guide is designed to help transportation practitioners understand how and where nature-based and hybrid solutions can be used to improve the resilience of coastal roads and bridges.
View local maps of socioeconomic and climate data to identify communities that may be vulnerable to extreme weather and climate change, now and in the future. Obtain authoritative reports and data to make informed decisions when prioritizing capital improvements, informing land use and policy decisions, and updating Hazard Mitigation Plans.
With climate change altering the southeast Alaskan shoreline, this StoryMap helps communities and decision makers identify appropriate adaptation strategies that will support southeast Alaskan communities now and into the future.
This StoryMap provides information on the rising temperatures in Alaska and the affects these temperatures will have on the state. These effects include glaciers retreat, snow proportion, and snow water equivalent.
VELMA is a tool designed to model effective decisions for a wide array of environmental issues. It is a spatially explicit ecohydrological watershed model that planners can use to visualize the effects of their decisions.
Each issue of this two-page report describes the region's weather and climate highlights from the previous quarter, and indicates the most likely temperature and precipitation conditions for the upcoming quarter.