National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) archives data and makes climatological research data and services freely available worldwide. Records in the archive range from paleoclimatology data to centuries-old journals to data less than an hour old. The Center's mission is to preserve these data and make them available to the public, business, industry, government, and researchers.
Climate.gov delivers scientific data and information about climate in order to promote public understanding of climate science, to provide climate-related support to the private sector, and to serve people making climate-related decisions with tools and resources that help them answer specific questions.
Climate Prediction Center GIS Portal routinely delivers products that include operational predictions of climate variability, real-time global climate monitoring products, and assessments of the origins of climate anomalies. The retrospective analyses and forecast products span time scales from a week to a year and cover the land, the ocean, and the atmosphere, extending into the stratosphere.
Climate Prediction Center outlook maps, graphs and tables - monthly to seasonal climate outlook maps; extended range outlook maps with probabilities of temperature and precipitation, excessive heat and wind chill index; special outlooks like degree day, drought and soil moisture, daily UV radiation index
Global Change Information System (GCIS) is a web-based resource for traceable, sound global change data, information, and products. Designed for use by scientists, decision makers, and the public, the GCIS provides coordinated links to a select group of information products produced, maintained, and disseminated by government agencies and organizations.
Intermountain West Climate Dashboard provides climate graphics that are automatically updated as often as the original providers post them on their respective websites (the update frequency is listed under each graphic).
USGS Water Data Discovery actively promotes the use of reliable, impartial, and timely information to minimize loss of life and property from water-related natural hazards; manage groundwater and surface-water resources for domestic, agricultural, commercial, industrial, recreational, and ecological uses; protect and water resources for human health, aquatic health, and environmental quality
Community Environmental Monitoring Program (CEMP) is a network of 24 monitoring stations located in communities surrounding and downwind of the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) that monitor the airborne and groundwater environments for manmade radioactivity that could result from NNSS activities
U.S. Climate Data 15-day weather forecasts, current weather, alerts, radar, and maps; developed by Your Weather Service
Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO) delivers access to the most current climate change science, including dynamically linked peer-reviewed publication findings describing effects and management options and interactive maps of climate projections and models that provide insight into climate influences on natural resources.
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