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Upcoming Webinar: Local Climate Change Snapshot Tool

Climate Resolve and UC Berkeley’s Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF) are jointly hosting a public webinar to introduce users to our new Local Climate Change Snapshot tool.

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Introducing the Local Climate Change Snapshot Tool

Cal-Adapt team has created a new tool to support climate change adaptation practitioners in addressing the threats posed by rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and climate change-influenced wildfire patterns.

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California Wildfire Projections: Current Data, Future Efforts

An overview of past and current wildfire modeling techniques used in California's climate assessments and best practices for using this data.

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Maps of Projected Change

The Maps of Projected Change tool allows you to compare long-term historic climate conditions with projected future climate conditions in a quick geographic display.

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New Data Download Tool

The new data download tool helps users find, select, aggregate, and download climate data for a suite of projections and variables.

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Cal-Adapt - Building California’s Resilience to Climate Change through Open Data

The GIF was recently awarded AWS Cloud Credits for Research to explore, prototype, and develop the use of distributed cloud computing resources to build the next-generation of Cal-Adapt which will provide users with fast, dynamic, interactive exploration of climate variables.

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Hourly Sea Level Projections

This new tool explores hourly sea level projections at selected Tide gauge locations along the California coast.

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Extended Drought Scenarios

This new tool explores data for two 20-year drought scenarios derived from LOCA downscaled meteorological and hydrological simulations, one for the earlier part and one for the latter part of the 21st century.

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Explore warm nights and heat waves with the Extreme Heat Tool on Cal-Adapt

The Extreme Heat Tool utilizes LOCA downscaled daily maximum and minimum temperature data to visualize the frequency and duration of extreme heat events for California.

Webinars

Working with Cal-Adapt Data in ArcGIS Pro and R

California Wildfire Projections: Current Data, Future Efforts

Introduction to Climate Data

Accessing Climate Data through Cal-Adapt

Introducing the new Extreme Precipitation Tool on Cal-Adapt

Linking Climate Science with Practitioner Need

User Stories

We would like to feature how people around California are using Cal-Adapt for planning, assessment, research, teaching, and more. If you want to share your experiences, we would love to hear from you! Email us your story at support@cal-adapt.org with the heading User Story.