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.
Display data-based maps of climate stressors and their impacts and compare historical records of daily temperature and precipitation observations to long-term climate normals at thousands of weather stations in the United States.
Diverse collaborative groups can use this mapping and analysis platform to support environmental stewardship projects. The platform enables citizens, students and educators, natural resource practitioners, and scientists to visualize, draw, comment, and discuss aspects of their project.
Hospitals, first responders, electric companies, and community members can use this interactive online map to view information about Medicare beneficiaries who rely on electricity-dependent medical and assistive equipment and severe weather events that may put them at risk for power outages.
This interactive, online map tool helps communities visualize potential flooding scenarios, identify areas and resources that may be at risk, and enhance their local response effort during a flooding event.
Users in Massachusetts can access this tool to better understand the vulnerability of fish, wildlife, and natural resources to climate change, learn how to implement adaptation actions on the ground, and explore climate data and projections.
This desktop application provides estimates for the amount of rainwater and frequency of runoff anywhere in the United States. Its primary use is to inform site developers on how well they can meet a desired stormwater retention target with and without the use of green infrastructure.
Emergency managers, reservoir operators, and other decision makers can consult the supercomputer-powered National Water Model for detailed forecasts of soil moisture, surface runoff, snow water equivalent, and other parameters.
Policy makers, local planners, and the public can identify and access data, maps, documents, websites, tools, videos, and other resources relevant to climate change adaptation and mitigation across New York State.
Marine managers can use information from this site to help them forecast salmon returns in the northern California Current, and to build their understanding of how variations in ocean conditions might affect recruitment of fish stocks, seabirds, and other marine animals.
Coastal resource managers and planners in the San Francisco Bay region can use locally relevant, online maps and tools to explore, visualize, and anticipate vulnerabilities related to sea level rise and storms.
Users in Alaska and Arctic regions near the northern polar extremes can access multiple tools that support climate science and data exploration, allowing for a local focus within the broader context of climate change.
This decision-support software package generates statistical models to predict levels of disease-causing pathogens at specific beach sites. Managers can use it to help guide decisions on beach closures for public health reasons.