NOAA Climate Change Web Portal

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How climate changes in response to increases in man-made greenhouse gases is one of the foremost questions for the scientific community, policy makers and the general public.

A key approach for examining climate, especially how it will change in the future, uses complex computer models of the climate system that include atmosphere, ocean, sea ice and land components. Some models also include additional aspects of the earth system, including chemistry and biology.

The Climate Change Portal is a web interface developed by the NOAA ESRL Physical Sciences Division to access and display the immense volumes of climate and earth system model output that informed the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report (AR5). Users can access two components of the portal that focus on:

Land and Rivers Oceans and Marine Ecosystems

The portal was designed with the idea that more variables, experiments, statistics, and features can be added in the future.


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Climate Change Web Portal
Home
Land and Rivers
Quick Introduction
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Plot Maps and Time Series
Oceans and Marine Ecosystems
Quick Introduction
Quick Introduction: Slide 1
Quick Introduction: Slide 2
Quick Introduction: Slide 3
Plot Maps and Time Series
Q & A
Detailed Overview
More Information
BAMS Article (Scott et al. 2016)
Coupled Model Intercomparison Projet
In-Depth References
Contact

For assistance, please email: esrl.psd.data@noaa.gov