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.

Screen capture from the National Climate Change Viewer
Screen capture from the NaMES website
Thin layer of dredged sediment being spread to raise the target elevation for vegetation in this marsh
Screen capture from Neighborhoods at Risk
Screen capture from NANOOS
Screenshot from Northwest Climate Data Resources
Screenshot of the NorWest map viewer featuring the Pacific Northwest.
Screen capture from Ocean Ecosystem Indicators
screenshot of tool
Screen capture from the Oregon Coastal Atlas
A large branch of a tree burns during a wildfire
Screen capture from NASA POWER Website
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Map of the contiguous USA indicating the distribution of properties at risk from flooding.
Screen capture from the Snow Telemetry (SNOTEL) Data Viewer
Screenshot of watershed polygons in Sonoma County, CA
screen capture from Treepedia
Screen capture from the U.S. Drought Monitor
Screen capture from the UMRB Drought Indicators Dashboard
Woman examining a plant
Changing Wildfire, Changing Forests Screenshot with burning forest
mountainous landscape with a clear river running through the valley
Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments StoryMap Screenshot
Effects of Climate Change on Infrastructure and Recreation in California StoryMap
Forest Disturbances and Drought StoryMap Screenshot
Precipitation and Wildfires StoryMap Screenshot
Rangeland Allotment Monitoring System StoryMap Screenshot
Stream Temperature and Native Trout StoryMap Screenshot
White rocks line the bank of a stream in Washing County, USA.
screen grab from site
Screen capture from West Coast Ocean Data Portal
Screen capture from the West-Wide Climate Risk Assessments website
Screen capture from the Outlook
Screen capture from WestMap
Fire risk map showing higher risk in the urban-wildland interface