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(July 9) Launch of Climatedata.ca

The Government of Canada has launched an exciting new interactive website, Climatedata.ca. The climate information portal will allow users to visualize, analyze, and interact with climate data projections across Canada. From large scale to specialized, individual grids, reliable access to online data will help Canadians in all industries understand and adapt to changing climates.

Highlights of the Climatedata.ca Portal: 

  • Historical and projected climate data available to view and download at a resolution of about 10 x 10 Km
  • 25 different temperature and precipitation indicators available, including for extremes.
  • Updated Intensity-Duration-Frequency (IDF) curves

The site, developed in partnership with Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Computer Research Institute of Montréal (CRIM), Ouranos, the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC), the Prairie Climate Centre (PCC), and HabitatSeven, is an interactive tool that will help decision makers integrate climate data and adaptation into their strategies.

Click to visit the climatedata.ca portal!

 

 

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