Going Further


  1. Access EOS-WEBSTER and select data from other states of interest.
  2. Compare the VEMAP model data for the years 1994 through 2003 with observed values for temperature and precipitation from the National Climate Data Center.
  3. Locate and analyze global data to compare climate predictions in the U.S. VEMAP model with other locations.

Other Data

temperature change map
EOS-WEBSTER is delighted to be partnered with the National Center for Atmospheric Research to distribute the NCAR datasets that are an integral component of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fourth Assessment Report. This collection contains estimates of global historical climate (1870 to 2000) and four future climate change scenarios (2000 to 2100). Data are annual and decadal values at a spatial resolution of 1.40625 degrees. Variables: Air Temperature, Precipitation, Snow Depth, Solar Radiation, Surface Runoff.

Other Techniques

The Nature Conservancy Climate Wizard Site features climate modeling data in an interactive map viewer. Users can view and download data, maps, graphics and other background resources from this website.

Case Studies with Tool

Other EET chapters that discuss Climate Variability include the following:

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