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New paper to help counties assess climate risk in the future

If you are ever asked about your area’s climate risk due to changes in climate for later in this century, particularly around the 2040’s, you will find this new paper published by Springer in Natural Hazards to be very useful (it’s open access so you don’t have to pay to…
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New USGS water data dashboard

The US Geological Survey has posted a link to their new but still experimental interactive data portal. It includes access to water data like streamflow, lake levels, and well levels, and also includes access to their weather data such as precipitation from their gauges and from radar as well as…
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Climate trends across the US

Are you interested in seeing how climate is changing across the US over time? This came up for discussion on a listserve that I follow today. Here is a good description of an NCEI product that produces maps of trends over time for the lower 48 states: https://www.climate.gov/news-features/blogs/beyond-data/duct-tape-and-seesaws-climate-trends-101. You can…
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Georgia Climate Information Portal

For those of you who are in Georgia, you might be interested in this new web site recently introduced by the Georgia Climate Project. You can see it at https://www.georgiaclimateproject.org/portal/. This portal is intended to provide resources to address how climate change is affecting different sectors of Georgia’s economy and…
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Resilient Rural America Project

The Resilient Rural America Project is a program that is designed to help rural Americans become more resilient to extreme weather as well as changing climate conditions. You can read more about it at https://resilientruralamerica.org/. One of their major outputs so far has been an online module that rural communities…
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