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Actuaries Climate Index

The Actuaries Climate Index is an educational tool to inform public policymakers and actuaries about climate trends in the US and Canada, and will be updated quarterly to remain a monitoring tool. It uses six climate index components: Frequency of temperatures above the 90th percentile; Frequency of temperatures below the 10th percentile; Maximum 5-day rainfall in the month; Consecutive dry days; Winds above the 90th percentile; and Sea level. GOMA states are split into two regions: Southeast Atlantic (SEA) and Southern Plains.

Visit the Actuaries Climate Index Decision Tools  website is a comprehensive source of information, analysis, and decision-making tools for agricultural producers, agribusinesses, and others. The site serves as a clearinghouse for applied outreach information emanating from the Department of Agricultural Economics at Kansas State University. Topics presented on the site include: crop and livestock marketing and outlook reports, crop insurance, farm management, agricultural policy, human resources, income tax and law, and agribusiness. also contains decision-making tools, such as budget spreadsheets, and data sets. 


AgroClimate is a web-resource of tools and data on climate and crops that can be used to assist with decisions about the management of agricultural systems in the Southeastern U.S. AgroClimate was developed by The Southeast Climate Consortium, or SECC, which is a coalition of six universities - Florida State University, University of Florida, University of Miami, University of Georgia, Auburn University, and University of Alabama-Huntsville.

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Air Managment Practicies Assessment Tool (AMPAT)

The Air Management Practices Assessment Tool (AMPAT) provides an objective overview of mitigation practices  best suited to address odor, emissions and dust at your livestock operation so that livestock and poultry producers may compare and narrow their options of mitigation techniques.


AMoN (Ammonia Monitoring Network)

The AMoN is a network that provides a consistent, long-term record of ammonia gas concentrations across the United States.

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APEX has components for routing water, sediment, nutrients, and pesticides across complex landscapes and channel systems to the watershed outlet as well as groundwater and reservoir components.  A watershed can be subdivided as much as necessary to assure that each subarea is relatively homogeneous in terms of soil, land use, management, and weather.  APEX was constructed to evaluate various land management strategies considering sustainability, erosion (wind, sheet, and channel), economics, water supply and quality, soil quality, plant competition, weather, and pests. 

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California Avian Data Center

See current and future maps of bird species distributions, vegetation, or climate variables.

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Carbon Accounting for Land Managers

CALM, Carbon Accounting for Land Managers, is the first, fully-free, business activity-based calculator showing the balance between annual emissions of the key Greenhouse Gases (GHGs)and carbon sequestration associated with the activities of land-based businesses.

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Canada's Plant Hardiness Site

Canada's plant hardiness map provides insights about what can grow where. It combines information about a variety of climatic conditions across the entire country to produce a single general map.

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Climate Change Tree Atlas and Bird Atlas

The Climate Change Atlases can be used to examine the current distribution of tree and bird habitats in the eastern United States, and how tree and bird distribution might change in response to different climate scenarios.

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Climate Impacts Group - Climate Change Scenarios

The Climate Impacts Group (CIG) is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary research group studying the impacts of natural climate variability and global climate change (“global warming”). Research at the CIG considers climate impacts at spatial scales ranging from local communities to the entire western U.S. region, with most work focused on the Pacific Northwest (PNW). Through research and interaction with stakeholders, the CIG works to increase community and ecosystem resilience to fluctuations in climate.

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Climate Wizard

ClimateWizard enables technical and non-technical audiences to access climate change information and visualize climate impacts worldwide. It provides world maps for historic temperature and rainfall, in addition to future projections of temperature and rainfall. Maps are available for download.

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Coastal Resilience Mapping Portal

Coastal Resilience supports a community of practitioners around the world who are applying spatial planning innovations to coastal hazard risk, resilience and adaptation issues. This is a global network providing access to peer practitioners, tools, information and training focused on nature-based solutions. 

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COLE (Carbon OnLine Estimator)

COLEv2.0 enables the user to examine forest carbon characteristics of any area of the continental United States.

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Cool Farm Tool

The Cool Farm Tool is an online greenhouse gas calculator that is free for growers to help them measure the carbon footprint of crop and livestock products.

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COMET-Farm is a whole farm and ranch carbon and greenhouse gas accounting system. The tool guides you through describing your farm and ranch management practices including alternative future management scenarios. Once complete, a report is generated comparing carbon changes and greenhouse gas emissions between your current management practices and future scenarios.

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Evaluate potential carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas reductions from adopting NRCS conservation practices NRCS Conservation Practices included in COMET-Planner are only those that have been identified as having greenhouse gas mitigation and/or carbon sequestration benefits on farms and ranches. This list of conservation practices is based on the qualitative greenhouse benefits ranking of practices prepared by NRCS.

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Conservation Client Gateway (USDA NRCS)

Conservation Client Gateway is a USDA public website that allows individual landowners and land users the secure ability to request conservation technical and financial assistance from the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). Conservation Client Gateway provides users the alternative to work with NRCS via the Internet as a supplement to in-person support. All you need to get started is a USDA eAuthentication Level 2 account and a Service Center Information Management Systems (SCIMS) record linked to your eAuthentication account.

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CONSUME is a user-friendly software application designed for resource managers and scientists. Land managers and researchers input fuel characteristics, lighting patterns, fuel conditions, and meteorological attributes, then CONSUME outputs fuel consumption and emissions by combustion phase.


CONUS (Soil Database for the Conterminous U.S.)

CONUS-SOIL is a multi-layer soil characteristics data set for the conterminous United States which has been specifically designed for regional and continental-scale climate, hydrology, and ecosystem modeling. CONUS-SOIL is based on the USDA State Soil Geographic Database (STATSGO) for application to a wide range of SVAT, climate, hydrology, and other environmental models.


Cotton Irrigation Web Tool

This application was developed by Steve Mauget, Gary Leiker, and Shyam Nair with the Agriculture Research Service. A web application for estimating irrigated and dryland cotton profitability using Modeled Yield data.

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The CQESTR model was developed to evaluate the effect of agricultural management practices on short- and long-term soil organic matter dynamics.


Crop Explorer

Crop Explorer provides access to imagery and modeled estimates of crop production, soil moisture, and weather for the US and globally.

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CropScape – Cropland Data Layer provides crop-specific land cover data layers created annually for the continental United States using moderate resolution satellite imagery and extensive agricultural ground truth.

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The Dairy Gas Emissions Model (DairyGEM) is a software tool for estimating ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of dairy production systems as influenced by climate and farm management.


Dairy Wise

Dairy Wise is a complete resource management application integrating people, actions, and items. This application will enable you to gain business management efficiencies by improving processes, procedures, and worker effectiveness. It is designed to be customizable allowing ultimate flexibility defining process workflows specific to your business.

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Data Basin

The Data Basin Climate Center centralizes climate change-related datasets, maps and findings. Tools are provided to visualize, analyze, and communicate vulnerabilities, trends or predicted future scenarios at multiple scales.

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DayCent: Daily Century Model

DAYCENT simulates fluxes of C and N among the atmosphere, vegetation, and soil (Del Grosso et al., 2001a; Parton et al., 1998). Key submodels include soil water content and temperature by layer, plant production and allocation of net primary production (NPP), decomposition of litter and soil organic matter, mineralization of nutrients, N gas emissions from nitrification and denitrification, and CH4 oxidation in non-saturated soils.

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DAYMET (Daily Surface Weather and Climatological Summaries)

Daymet generates daily, gridded surfaces of temperature, precipitation, humidity, and radiation over large regions and takes into account areas of complex terrain.


DNDC (DeNitrification-DeComposition)

DNDC is a computer simulation model of carbon and nitrogen biogeochemistry in agro-ecosystems. The model can be used for predicting crop growth, soil temperature and moisture regimes, soil carbon dynamics, nitrogen leaching, and emissions of trace gases including nitrous oxide (N2O), nitric oxide (NO), dinitrogen (N2), ammonia (NH3), methane (CH4) and carbon dioxide (CO2).

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Economic Research Service Agricultural Resource Management Survey (ARMS)

ARMS is USDA's primary source of information on the financial condition, production practices, and resource use of America's farm businesses and the economic well-being of America's farm households. ARMS is a nationally representative survey administered using several phases—sample screener, field-level, and farm-level phases—targeting about 5,000 fields and 30,000 farms each year.

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ecoSmart Landscapes

The ecoSmart Landscapes tool can be used to calculate carbon dioxide sequestration and building energy savings provided by individual trees.

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EPIC (The Environmental Policy Integrated Model)

EPIC predicts effects of management decisions on soil, water, nutrient and pesticide movements, and their combined impact on soil loss, water quality, and crop yields for areas with homogeneous soils and management.

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The Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

The Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) links Extension educators from across the U.S. and various disciplines, enabling them to use and share resources to reduce the impact of drought and other disasters.

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The EVALIDator can produce estimates of growth, removals and mortality for individual inventories. The EVALIDator is unable to produce estimates of growth, removals and mortality for multiple inventories when "Trend analysis" is chosen as the row classification variable and the inventories chosen have different sampling designs (i.e., a mix of periodic and annual inventories). 

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Farm Carbon Calculator

Designed by farmers for farmers to work out the carbon footprint of their business, identify cost savings and offer advice on how to minimise your carbon emissions.

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Fieldprint® Calculator-Field to Market

The Calculator is a free and confidential tool developed for corn, cotton, rice, wheat, potatoes and soybean growers. It allows growers to better understand and communicate how management choices affect overall sustainability performance and operational efficiency.

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Forest Adaptation Workbook 

Build a custom adaptation plan using your expertise, your judgment, and your land.

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Forest Inventory Data Online (FIDO)

FIDO gives you access to the National FIA (Forest Inventory and Analysis) databases. You now have the ability to generate tables and maps of forest statistics through a web browser without having to understand the underlying data structures.

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First Order Fire Effects Model (FOFEM)

FOFEM is a model that predicts first-order fire effects including tree mortality, fuel consumption, emissions (smoke) production, and soil heating caused by prescribed burning or wildfire.


Fire Exchange Networks

The Fire Exchange Networks are staffed by local experts in your region that help forest land managers get connected with other managers, practitioners and scientists working in your area. They not only provide the best fire information for your area, they demonstrate new knowledge in the field and much more.

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FishXing - Fish Passage Learning Systems

The Fish Crossing software is designed to assist engineers, hydrologists and fish biologists in the evaluation and design of culverts for fish passage. It may be used as a component of a management approach to help fish species respond to climate changes.

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Forecasts of Climate-Associated Shifts in Tree Species (ForeCASTS)

Using projections of future climate, ForeCASTS produces maps that depict future suitable habitat ranges for North American tree species in the United States and globally.

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Forest CarbonPlus Calculator

The Forest CarbonPlus calculator can be used to calculate carbon emissions that are directly related to day-to-day operations of Forest Service facilities and activities of Forest Service employees.

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Forest Health Risk Maps and Models

The USDA Forest Service Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team has many products that can help one understand risks from forest pests. These include national pest risk maps and models.

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Forest Health Advisory System

This website is designed to report on existing and predicted insect and disease conditions, raising awareness about forest health in many of the places you have come to know and love. Remember a healthy forest can make a world of difference!

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Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS)

The Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) is a family of forest growth simulation models that allow a user to explore how silvicultural treatments may affect growth and yield and, therefore, carbon stocks.

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Forest Service Carbon Tools

Forest Service tools for carbon inventory, management, and reporting. 

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ForWarn is a satellite-based monitoring and assessment tool that provides an overview of potential forest disturbances for the conterminous U.S.

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Fuel Characteristic Classification System (FCCS)

FCCS quantifies and classifies the structural and geographical diversity of wildland fuels in the United States and predicts their relative fire hazard. Current versions also predict surface fire behavior and quantify carbon stores for each calculated fuelbed.

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GEMS (General Ensemble Biogeochemical Modeling System)

GEMS accounts for the impacts of atmospheric and climatic changes (e.g., changes in precipitation and temperature, CO2 enrichment, nitrogen deposition), land use change (e.g., urbanization, forest logging, fire fuel treatment, biofuel crops, tillage, reforestation), natural disturbances and extreme events (land fire, insect outbreak, drought, flooding, hurricane) on ecosystem C balances and GHG emissions.

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Global Carbon Atlas

The Global Carbon Atlas lets users explore, visualize and interpret national to global carbon emissions from both human activities and natural processes.

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Holos: GHG Software for Farms

Holos is computer software program designed to help farmers estimate their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from their entire, integrated farm operation as a whole system. It is a tool to test possible ways of reducing these emissions from farms by use of a “possible scenario” system.

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Integrated Farm System Model

With tighter profit margins and increasing environmental constraints, strategic planning of farm production systems is becoming both more important and more difficult. This is especially true for dairy and beef production. Livestock production is complex with a number of interacting processes that include crop and pasture production, crop harvest, feed storage, grazing, feeding, and manure handling. Computer simulation provides a useful procedure for integrating these processes to predict the long-term performance, environmental impact, and economics of production systems.

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ipmPIPE (Pest Information Platform for Extension & Education)

The mission of IPM PIPE is to realize a dynamic, integrated national system facilitated by information technology that provides centralized, useful tools with reliable information for IPM practitioners. IPM PIPE's vision is to help maximize economic returns, and improve social welfare and environmental health by promotion of efficient and coordinated IPM decision support systems.

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Invasive Species Compendium (CABI)

The ISC is an encyclopaedic resource that draws together scientific information on all aspects of invasive species. It comprises detailed datasheets that have been sourced from experts, edited by CABI's scientific staff, peer-reviewed, enhanced with data from specialist organisations, and with images and maps, and linked to a bibliographic database. 

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i-Tree is a peer-reviewed software suite that allows users to assess the benefits provided by urban trees. Some applications give estimates of the benefits that trees provide related to greenhouse gas mitigation and building energy savings.

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To increase adoption of IPM tools in the AWPM program, a readily accessible and easy to use website was developed (iWheat). This site is based on farm level processess, while allowing for field specific management of key insect pests, weeds, and pathogens. The iWheat decision support system will be unified by focusing on regional and local pest detection and evaluation, farm and field level pest management, and reduced risk pest management approaches.

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LANDFIRE (Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools)

LANDFIRE (Landscape Fire and Resource Management Planning Tools) is a vegetation, fire and fuel characteristics mapping program.


Manure and Nutrient Reduction Estimator

The MAnure and NUtrient Reduction Estimator tool, or MANURE tool for short, provides a system to quantify methane and other greenhouse gas emission reductions and the environmental benefits of renewable energy produced by digesters at dairy and swine operations. The tool is based upon a full and accurate assessment of baseline conditions at the animal feed operation, which is a key element of the emission reduction calculation.

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MC1 (MAPSS-Century 1)

MC1 was created to assess the potential impacts of global climate change on ecosystem structure and function. Users can access maps, datasets, and publications that were created using this model.

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Modern-Era Retrospecitve Analysis for Research and Applications (MERRA)

MERRA is a NASA reanalysis for the satellite era using a major new version of the Goddard Earth Observing System Data Assimilation System Version 5 (GEOS-5). The Project focuses on historical analyses of the hydrological cycle on a broad range of weather and climate time scales and places the NASA EOS suite of observations in a climate context.


Montana Pestweb 

Pestweb is designed to provide for a rapid response to developing and expanding pest problems. Its purpose is to serve as a “real time” monitoring system to help producers track the distribution of key crop pests throughout the state of Montana in order to help guide scouting efforts and aid in the implementation of integrated management practices.

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NAIP (2013)

The National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP) provides annual natural color aerial imagery during the agricultural growing seasons for the lower 48 states.

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NASA - CASA Global CQUEST - Carbon Query and Evaluation Support Tools

The CASA Global CQUEST application provides datasets and a geographical data viewer that support large-scale carbon inventory. Users can display global data on net primary productivity, net ecosystem productivity, and other variables interactively as a map and obtain data values in tabular format.

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National Agricultural Statistics Service Agricultural Census

The Census of Agriculture is the leading source of facts and figures about American agriculture. Conducted every five years, the Census provides a detailed picture of U.S. farms and ranches and the people who operate them. It is the only source of uniform, comprehensive agricultural data for every state and county in the United States. Participation by every farmer and rancher, regardless of the size or type of operation, is vitally important. By responding to the Census, producers are helping themselves, their communities and all of U.S. agriculture.

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National Agricultural Statistics Service Cropland Data Layer

The Cropland Data Layer (CDL) was created by the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service, Research and Development Division, Geospatial Information Branch, Spatial Analysis Research Section. The most current data is available free for download along with extensive metadata, FAQs, and other detailed technical information. NASS developed both the CropScape and VegScape web services in cooperation with the Center for Spatial Information Science and Systems, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

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National Atmospheric Deposition Program (NADP)

The NADP is a cooperative effort between many different groups, including federal, state, tribal and local governmental agencies, educational institutions, private companies, and non-governmental agencies, to monitor precipitation chemistry.

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National Drought Overview (NOAA)

National drought information from 1999 through present. Includes regional and state information, and information on drought indicators.

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National Drought Mitigation Center

The National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC), established at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1995, helps people and institutions develop and implement measures to reduce societal vulnerability to drought, stressing preparedness and risk management rather than crisis management.


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National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC)

NIFC provides national fire updates and news, as well as information on fire prevention, education, programs, safety and training. 

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National Land Cover Database

The National Land Cover Database products are created through a cooperative project conducted by the Multi-Resolution Land Characteristics (MRLC) Consortium. NLCD 2006 is designed to provide the user both updated land cover data and additional information that can be used to identify the pattern, nature, and magnitude of changes occurring between 2001 and 2006 for the conterminous United States at medium spatial resolution.

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National Resources Inventory (NRI)

A statistical survey of land use and natural resource conditions and trends on U.S. non-Federal lands.

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National Water and Climate Center (NRCS)

A map system linking to NRCS monitoring station data. Includes data on snow, precipitation, soil, reservoir storage, and streamflow.

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National Water Information Systems

National Water Information Systems (NWIS) provides information about water quantity and quality collected at over 1.5 million sites around the U.S. As a long-term database and information delivery system, NWIS provides continual access to data collected over the last 100+ years, as well as real-time data on streamflow.

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Nitrogen Index

The Nitrogen Index tool is designed to help nutrient managers quickly assess N loss risk related to agricultural N management. The tool is fully multilingual with versions in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, and supports English or Metric units. New features include assessment of N2O emissions, a simple Tier Zero Index, ability to generate graphs and export results to Excel, and includes indices for Malawi, Africa and Brazil.

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Nitrogen Loss and Environmental Assessment Package (NLEAP) GIS 4.2 with Nutrient Tracking Tool

The Excel-based advanced Nitrogen Loss and Environmental Assessment Package with GIS capabilities (NLEAP GIS 4.2) and a Nitrogen Trading Tool (NTT) application can be used to assess how best management practices reduce the losses of reactive nitrogen, and potential trading of these savings in air and water quality markets.

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Nitrogen Loss and Environmental Assessment Package (NLEAP) GIS 5.0

The new NLEAP GIS 5.0 can help users identify hot spots across the landscape and identify management practices that can increase Nitrogen use efficiency using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) layers and interfaces. A Nitrogen Trading Tool (NTT) analysis can be conducted to determine the potential benefits of implementing best management practices and the quantity of nitrogen savings that could potentially be traded in future air or water quality markets.

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NOAA Digital Coast Services Center

A collection of tools and data applicable to costal management focusing on climate adaptation, coastal conservation, coastal economies, coastal hazards, community resilience, land use planning, ocean planning, and water quality.

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North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR)

The North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) is a regional reanalysis of North America containing temperatures, winds, moisture, soil data, and dozens of other parameters.

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OVERSEER® Nutrient Budgets (Overseer) is currently used to develop on-farm nutrient budgets, contributes to whole-of-farm nutrient management plans and, through the use of additional proprietary software, the development of farm specific fertiliser recommendations. The model also provides greenhouse gas emissions, including an LCA-type analysis, to the farm gate.


Ogallala Agro-Climate Tool

The tool was developed by Steve Mauget and Gary Leiker with the USDA-ARS Plant Stress & Water Conservation Lab in Lubbock, Texas. The Ogallala Agro-Climate Tool is a Visual Basic application that estimates irrigation demand and crop water use over the Ogallala Aquifer region. 

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Pig Production Environmental Footprint Calculator and Resources

These resources include: A review of available literature and information related to energy use and greenhouse gas emissions from pork production; A summary or “scan level” life-cycle assessment of energy use and emissions across the entire pork chain, including feed crop production, feed formulation, swine production, transportation, meat processing and retail components; A detailed, in-depth life-cycle assessment of the on-farm animal production component covering all aspects of raising the animals, including manure-management practices; and A producer-friendly software tool called the Live Swine Carbon Footprint Calculator. It calculates the greenhouse gas emissions involved in sow and grow-finish production, which can help producers identify areas for potential improved efficiency.

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The PRISM Climate Group gathers climate observations from a wide range of monitoring networks, applies sophisticated quality control measures, and develops spatial climate datasets to reveal short- and long-term climate patterns. The resulting datasets incorporate a variety of modeling techniques and are available at multiple spatial/temporal resolutions, covering the period from 1895 to the present.



RUSLE2 was developed primarily to guide conservation planning, inventory erosion rates and estimate sediment delivery. Values computed by RUSLE2 are supported by accepted scientific knowledge and technical judgment, are consistent with sound principles of conservation planning, and result in good conservation plans.

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SCAN (Soil Climate Analysis Network)

Soil Climate Analysis Network (SCAN) provides an interactive process to identify and retrieve data from individual SCAN sites.

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SNOTEL is an automated system of snowpack and related climate sensors that conduct snow surveys for the purpose of water supply forecasting.


SSURGO (Soil Survey Geographic Database)

The SSURGO database contains information about soil as collected by the National Cooperative Soil Survey over the course of a century. The information can be displayed in tables or as maps and is available for most areas in the United States and the Territories, Commonwealths, and Island Nations served by the USDA-NRCS. The information was gathered by walking over the land and observing the soil. Many soil samples were analyzed in laboratories. The maps outline areas called map units. The map units describe soils and other components that have unique properties, interpretations, and productivity.


Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO)

The Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options (TACCIMO) is a web-based tool that connects forest planning to current climate change science literature. 


U.S. Drought Portal

The National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) collection of drought-related products, tools, regional programs and other resources.

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U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook

A seasonal drought outlook prepared by NOAA's Climate Prediction Center. Provides large-scale trends guided by short and long-range statistical and dynamic forecasts.

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VegScape – Vegetative Condition Explorer provides vegetative condition at daily, weekly, and biweekly intervals.

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Watershed Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP)

The WEPP model consists of multiple applications that can estimate erosion and sediment processes on hillslopes and small watersheds, taking into account climate, land use, site disturbances, vegetation, and soil properties.

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Weather Prediction Center (WPC)

A collection of surface analysis, short rage and long range forecasts, quantitative precipitation forecasts, and more.

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West Texas Mesonet Agro-Climate Monitor

An ARS Cropping Systems Research Laboratory Product that features the five closest Mesonet Stations and summation tables for precipitation, drought, temperature, and forecasts.

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Wildfire Preparation Resources

Firewise provides information, resources and guidance to communities on how to reduce wildfire risks.

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