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Ecosystem Vulnerability Maps

Here you will find a collection of maps and map layers that can help us to visually understand the vulnerability of ecosystems, and related climate change impacts. Continued

Launch of Water theme of Climate.Data.Gov + Framing Questions

To help communities and individuals plan for the risks of climate-change-related impacts on water resources, the U.S. Government is releasing today a collection of datasets containing information relevant to this important issue. Select data are also being made available via… Continued

Food Resilience Theme Adds Seven Datasets

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) interactive energy disruption maps combine real-time data feeds from NOAA's National Hurricane Center with more than 20 map layers showing the nation's energy infrastructure and resources. This new tool, available around the clock on the EIA… Continued

2014 AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference

2014 AWRA Annual Water Resources Conference Open Water Data Initiative – Unifying Water Data for the Nation Call For Lightening Talks (Deadline: October 27, 2014) In coordination with The White House Climate Data Initiative, the Federal Geographic Data Committee, and… Continued

Food Resilience Framing Questions

FOOD PRODUCTION 1. How will crop yield and production of other food products be affected by changes in climate? 2. What types of food and locations will be most vulnerable to changes in climate? 3. How will changes in climate affect the types of food… Continued

Climate Model Projections Guidance Notes

Key message: Climate simulation results can help inform decisions that involve climate change, but using these data is more involved than selecting and downloading data from a web portal. Before using scenarios or climate simulation results, it is important to make sure you have formulated specific questions you want to address, and to investigate whether you can do that using the results of existing analyses, rather than performing … Continued

Climate Model Projections

Target User Community: As with the other resources provided through, this page is primarily intended for audiences, such as data innovators, who want to use government data to develop tools to help others learn … Continued

NASA launches Earth Science Challenges

Through the Open NASA Earth Exchange, NASA is challenging innovators to use data from Earth's satellites in new and creative ways, including for applications that help people understand climate change. Learn more. Continued

Food Resilience Featured Content

Food production, distribution, safety, and international security are becoming increasingly vulnerable to changes in climate that can include increases or decreases in the amount as well as the rate of change in precipitation and temperature. The drought in California and … Continued

Food Resilience Data

The U.S. Government and its partners have been collecting data relevant to the vulnerability of the food system to climate change for over a century. Useful datasets on this topic include the Census of Agriculture, the leading source of facts… Continued

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