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A new tool developed by researchers at the University at Albany Visualization and Informatics Lab (AVAIL) helps visualize the progress of climate change. AVAIL’s tool offers an interactive way to process as much as two millennia of paleoclimate data from around the globe…
The tool, funded through an ongoing $5 million project from the National Science Foundation, includes three “visualization maps” available to the public:
- Tree Ring Viewer: Access the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s international tree ring data bank
- Forest Stress Viewer: Analyze past and future projections (through 2060) of forest stress around the world
- PHYDA Climate Globe: Reconstructs temperature and hydroclimate trends onto a global interface