Current Projects

  • NOAA Climate Program Office

    The U.S. Climate Resilience Toolkit—a Webby Award-nominated website—provides scientific tools, information, and expertise to help people manage their climate-related risks and opportunities, and improve their resilience to extreme events. The site is... Read More
  • Map detail showing soil drainage in the Cape Fear River Basin

    National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

    As sea levels rise and heavy precipitation events occur with increased intensity and frequency, many coastal communities—both human and natural—become more vulnerable to the impacts caused by our changing climate: coastal erosion, flooding, impaired... Read More
  • U.S. Forest Service EFETAC

    Landscape resilience can be thought of as a landscape's capacity to maintain its defining characteristics and functions, even while landscape change is ongoing. To assist planners and resource managers in understanding this ongoing change and allow them... Read More
  • U.S. Global Change Research Program

    As part of the sustained National Climate Assessment, the U.S. Global Change Research Program has developed a set of indicators to communicate key aspects of our changing environment. These indicators—or observations that can be used to measure the... Read More
  • Detail of a map from the Forest Change Assessment Viewer, part of the ForWarn website

    U.S. Forest Service EFETAC

    Forests and vegetated landscapes change naturally through the seasons. However, dramatic changes that occur at unexpected times can be detected through satellite imagery. Forest and natural resources managers, decision makers, scientists, and the public... Read More
  • North Carolina Forest Service

    NEMAC worked with the North Carolina Forest Service to design and develop Southern Forest Area Change Tools (SouthFACT), a web-based application for forest change detection that utilizes Landsat satellite imagery and additional GIS data to more precisely... Read More
  • Iceberg

    NOAA Climate Program Office, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites–North Carolina, and NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information

    The climate record contains multiple types of data from various sources. Data collected every month from around the globe continues this record and adds to how we understand the history of the Earth’s climate and the changes that are now occurring. NEMAC... Read More
  • Photo of leaf with water droplets

    National Integrated Drought Information System

    NEMAC worked to redesign the National Integrated Drought Information System’s (NIDIS) U.S. Drought Portal to streamline its look and feel and provide a better user experience, as well as to showcase the U.S. Drought Monitor. We also designed matching... Read More