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USGCRP Metadata Access Tool for Climate and Health (MATCH)

2014

MATCH is a searchable clearinghouse of publicly available Federal metadata (i. e. data about data) and links to datasets on public health and climate change. The MATCH database records are available in the categories of: allergies, cancer, cardiovascular disease, environmental exposures, extreme weather events, food, heat, human development, infectious disease, mental health and stress, neurological disease, respiratory disease, and water. Most metadata on MATCH pertain to geospatial data sets ranging from local to global scales.

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Rhode Island Climate Change Collaborative "Waves of Change" website

2014

Researchers from the University of Rhode Island (URI) and the Rhode Island Sea Grant formed the Rhode Island Climate Change Collaborative. Experts in natural science, behavior science and communications are collectively engaging in research and outreach to prepare Rhode Islanders for climate change, and build resilient communities. The immediate goal of the Collaborative is to share information with the public about climate change impacts on the state and what adaptation options are available, through a comprehensive website.

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EPA's Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation to Change website

2013

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hosts a searchable website for climate change impacts and adaptation information and resources. From the home page, impacts and adaptation information is organized by region or by sector, as well as additional adaptation resources are provided - categorized as adaptation overview, federal and EPA programs, and tools for public officials.  

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Adaptation Toolkit for New Hampshire Communities

2013

This adaptation toolkit is designed for New Hampshire communities assessing and planning for climate change impacts. The toolkit was developed by the Adaptation Workgroup of the New Hampshire Energy and Climate Collaborative, which has representatives from the NH Department of Fish and Game and Department of Environmental Services. 

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USCAN Climate Risks and Preparedness website

2013

This USCAN (Climate Action Network) webpage is dedicated to 'Climate Risks and Preparedness,' hosting links to a number of valuable resources related to climate impacts and adaptation. 

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NOAA's State of the Coast (SOTC)

NOAA’s State of the Coast  (SOTC) is a website that provides information about coastal communities, coastal ecosystems, and the coastal economy, and about how climate change might impact the coast.  The site offers case studies, management success stories, reports, fact sheets and more detailed statistics through interactive indicator visualizations.

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Surging Seas

2012

Surging Seas is an online portal to sea level rise analysis by Climate Central. The Surging Seas website presents a comprehensive view of sea level rise in a variety of formats through online resources and information - providing basic facts, news and updates, interactive maps, and an overview of responses to sea level rise nationwide.

Author or Affiliated User: Daniel Rizza

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NEClimateUS.org

2012

NEclimateUS. org (a. k. a. 'neXus') is a searchable online database that provides a gateway to climate information for the Eastern US. The database targets regional planners and managers within the Eastern region (South Carolina to Maine, including West Virginia and Ohio) by offering information to plan climate-related projects and programs. The website catalogues state-level needs for climate information, directs users to useful data, products and services, and maintains record of planned and ongoing projects within the associated states.

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Connecticut Adaptation Resource Toolkit (CART)

2012

The Connecticut Adaptation Resource Toolkit (CART) was developed by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA (ICLEI USA) - with funding from the US Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Climate Ready Estuaries program.  CART was developed to help local government staff, committee members and active participants in Connecticut have instant access to climate change adaptation resources. 

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Publications of the Ecological Society of America

The Ecological Society of America (ESA) has over 10,000 members who conduct research, teach, and use ecological science to address environmental issues. The ESA develops a suite of publications, from peer-reviewed journals to newsletters, fact sheets and teaching resources. 'Publications of the ESA' disseminates the most significant results of ecological research. Approaches employed in these studies include: theoretical, modeling, analytical, experimental, observational, synthetic, historical, and descriptive approaches, including those of allied natural and social sciences.

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