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Tools & Interactives

Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - CO-OPS Sea Level Trends Tool

Long-term sea level change trends at 100+ U.S. locations. Blue, upward arrows show where local sea level is rising. Brown, downward arrows show where local sea level is falling.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - NOAA View Global Data Explorer

Over 100 climate and environmental variables from NOAA's vast archive presented in a map-based interface that allows you to see, query, capture, share, and download data.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Data Snapshots

Up to date, easy to download climate maps suitable for re-use in news articles, blogs, presentations, reports, or any place a polished product is required.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Drought.gov's Drought Impacts by State

Interactive table and map showing state- and county-specific drought impacts ranked by U.S. Drought Monitor categories, including impacts to industry, natural resources, and human health.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Historic summer heat in the U.S.

Interactive map of the hottest maximum temperatures at locations and when that record was set, recorded at thousands of U.S. stations.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Wildflower superbloom in California 2017

Compare the Anza-Borrego Desert basin before and after abundant winter rains. The park is all bare ground in early fall, but following the rains, green coats the canyon floors and the surrounding hillsides.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Planting zones shifts, 1971-2000 and 1981-2010

Interactive map showing the average annual coldest winter temperatures across the contiguous U.S. divided into 10-degree "planting zone" bins for 1971-2000, 1981-2010, and the shift between the two.

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Thumbnail image for Tools & Interactives - Europe's rogue heatwave melts Greenland

Compare before and after images of the Greenland ice sheet. The ice sheet after the heatwave is much darker and several bright blue pools of meltwater appear to have drained while new ones have formed.

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