SNAP uses data to help Northern communities envision future climate scenarios.


Northern Climate Reports

Higher temperatures, thawing permafrost, and wildfire are changing landscapes across Northern ecosystems. This tool uses climate data to show how these phenomena are pointing to a variety of possible futures for a warming North.

running dogs through water on a thawing lake

Environmental Impacts to Access in Interior Alaska

A changing climate is making it more challenging to practice a subsistence lifestyle. See compelling accounts and images from from community residents, along with maps and graphics that reinforce their observations.

Arctic Environmental and Engineering Data + Design Support System

This tool puts sophisticated data models to work for engineering uses. The Arctic EDS presents climate data in the context of key environmental variables for Northern engineers.

Additional tools help you see changes in temperature, precipitation, permafrost, wildfire, and more.


New ways to access climate data

In this issue: Arctic EDS and Northern Climate Reports tool beta launches – API updates – Arctic Research Open House – Wildfire Explorer webapp featured in National News on Wildfire


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