[Esip-agclimate] Fwd: Watch it Again: Making Weather and Climate Data Work for You
william.l.teng at nasa.gov
Fri Jun 29 14:45:16 EDT 2018
The following is the recording of last Friday's ESRI webinar, "Making
Weather and Climate Data Work for You." The topics and presenters are
Making Weather and Climate Data Work for You Introduction- Jeff Donze, Esri
Transforming Information to Impact with Esri's Living Atlas of the World
- Dan Pisut, Esri
Leveraging Weather and Climate Data for Disaster Response - Jon Pedder,
Modern Tools for Working with Weather and Climate Data - Matt Taraldsen,
“Meet the Challenges of a Changing Climate” the Climate Resilience
Toolkit – Jeff Hicks, NEMAC-FernLeaf Collaborative
The first 4 are more on the ESRI tools that could support the use of
weather and climate data. The last one, on CRT's newest version of the
Climate Explorer (https://crt-climate-explorer.nemac.org/), built on
ESRI platform, is more directly related to our Cluster's work with CRT
case studies. If you want to skip to or start with that, it's at ~55:00.
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