Tools for Enthusiasts + Media
Anyone with a general interest in climate + weather
Non-technical tools for people interested in climate and weather on a more local and personal level, such as journalists, community members, gardeners, hunters, and gatherers.
Explains basic climate terms and shows you how you can use climate data in your work.
Climate histories and projections for communities across Alaska and Canada.
Displays recorded hourly wind data 1980-2014 and projected data 1980-2099 for 67 Alaska communities.
Stories of environmental conditions affecting travel to areas used for subsistence.
Compare the current year’s daily tally of acres burned to high fire years since daily records began in 2004.
Explore how growing conditions in your part of Alaska may change as the climate warms.
View maps of sea ice data collected 1850-present from the seas off northern Alaska.
See daily average temperatures across Alaska compared to the historical average.
Daily, multi-day, monthly, and longer time scale events reported by the NOAA National Weather Service and displayed on a map.
See locations and sizes of wildfires in relation to long-term fire history, land cover types, and more.