Project Highlights

Toolkit Example

Climate Resilience Toolkit

The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit is a one-stop website for people and communities seeking data-driven resources to understand and address climate risks. The Toolkit is a partnership between NEMAC and the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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Community Resilience

Community Resilience Assessments

NEMAC uses the NOAA Steps to Resilience framework to help cities and communities better understand their climate risks, prepare for future impacts, and build resilience for a better tomorrow.

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Coastal Reslience

Coastal Resilience Assessments

NEMAC collaborates with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to identify and prioritize areas for coastal resilience and conservation projects that benefit both human and natural communities.

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Climate Explorer Example

The Climate Explorer

This interactive tool, co-developed by NEMAC, allows users to explore graphs and maps of historical and projected climate variables for any county and territory in the United States.

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The map shows the Starnes Cove debris flow. The RED DOTS indicate where debris flows started (landslide points); the AREAS SHADED IN ORANGE show the path of past debris flows (landslide deposits); the YELLOW LINES show the outlines of this event's slope movements (landslide outlines.)

Landslide Hazard Tools

NEMAC, in partnership with the North Carolina Geological Survey, developed a landslide hazard website and viewer to communicate landslide hazards in Western North Carolina.

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Forest Change

Forest Change Tools

Forest managers and scientists access a wealth of satellite data to monitor forest health in this suite of tools developed by NEMAC, the U.S. Forest Service, and North Carolina Forest Service.

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