Climate Wizard
To use this tool, draw polygons on the map below, or select a pre-defined area from the drop down boxes. Then select the input parameters you wish to use. When you submit this form, processing will take place on the server. You will receive an email with a link to the results.
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Add Area to Map
Pre-Defined Area
Upload Shapefile
Add Pre-Defined Areas
Select one or more region from any of the region types below and click "add regions".
Your choices will then be added to the map display.
Region Types (Select One) Countries

Choose Climatology
Current (Past Data) Climatology
Future Modeled Climate

Region and Scale Options
United States (Contiguous US)
4 km Current - 12 km Future
Global (50 km resolution)

Analysis Options
Departure  Analysis (from 1961-1990)
Linear Trend Analysis
English Units (metric is default)


Climate Variables
(Choose one or more)
Precipitation (Absolute Change)
Precipitation (Percent Change)
Mean Monthly Temperature
Minimum Monthly Temperature
Maximum Monthly Temperature
*** No monthly data for moisture variables below ***
* DO NOT choose the monthly time option with these *

Moisture Deficit
Moisture Surplus
AET (Actual Evapotranspiration)
PET (Potential Evapotranspiration)
AET/PET (ratio)
SPI (Standardized Precipitation Index)
RAI (Rainfall Anomaly Index)

Time Options
Start Year:     End Year:  
Annual   Seasonal   Monthly






Submit


General Circulation Model
©IPCC 2007: WG1-AR4
(Choose one or more)

Greenhouse Gas Concentration (CO2)
©IPCC 2007: WG1-AR4
(Choose one or more)

Results:

Analysis Output Name:
(identical names will be overwritten)
*NO SPACES* no special characters such as ( ) # ? $ etc


Email Address:
(Your results will be emailed to you)



The Climate Wizard Custom is a collaboration between
The University of Washington, The University of Southern Mississippi and The Nature Conservancy.


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