Army Natural Resources Conservation

Climate References - Technical Resources

3rd National Assessment Climate Change Impacts in the United States: Global Change Program, May 2014

Photo: Climate Technical References A rusty colored American toad a common morph in our experience at this site, had the highest relative abundance among amphibians at Letterkenny Army Depot.

Consideration of Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Strategy for Integration into Army Natural Resources Planning report
U.S. Global Change Research Program
DoD Natural Resources Conservation Program Climate Change Tools for Adapting Management Strategies
Department of the Interior, USFWS website, Conservation in a Changing Climate
National Fish, Wildlife & Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy
U.S. Global Change Research Program website
DoD Natural Resources Conservation Program Climate Change Tools for Adapting Management Strategies
Department of the Interior, USFWS website, Conservation in a Changing Climate
National Fish, Wildlife & Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy
American Association of State Climatologists
USGS Water Survey
DOI Climate Science Centers
State Wildlife Action Plans
Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments Program (NOAA)
U.S. Climate Hubs
Landscape Conservation Cooperatives
Land Trust Alliance
Climate Resilience Toolkit
Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange
Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability, CRAVe
Climate-Sensitive Decision-Making in the Department of Defense: Synthesis of Ongoing Research and Current Recommendations
Vulnerability, Consequences, and Adaptation Planning Scenarios (VCAPS)
LANDFIRE, U.S. Forest Service
National GAP Analysis
NOAA's National Climatic Data Center, NCDC
National Weather Service Local Climate Analysis Tool, LCAT
Soil Climate Analysis Network, SCAN, Data Viewer
USGS National Climate Change Viewer
NatureServe Conservation Tools
Coastal Resilience (The Nature Conservancy and partners)
Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool, CHAT, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
Wetlands Mapper, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service