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.
Land managers, natural resource professionals, and motivated landowners can use this structured process to consider the effects of climate change on forests, urban forests, and agricultural properties.
A range of regional partners collaborate to produce quarterly climate impact reports and outlooks for the next season. Links to regional collaborators make it easy for users to find expertise for their resilience-building efforts.
This experimental product provides an outlook of monthly sea level anomalies for the next one to two seasons. We combine sea level forecasts with astronomical tide predictions to provide more accurate predictions of coastal water level compared to tide predictions alone.
This site can help Pacific Island residents better understand how climate variability and change impact the their region and its communities. Content includes collections of publications, multimedia, maps, and case studies.
Marine managers and practitioners from around the world use this site to learn the basics of reef resilience and access syntheses of recent science. The site serves as a gateway to the Reef Resilience Network, where practitioners can share ideas, experiences, and expertise.
Zoom in on a map of the United States and outline an area of interest to access a soil map and descriptions of soils for that location. Access additional information to determine the suitability of the soils for particular uses, or download data for further analysis in desktop tools.
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.