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Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study

This report was submitted to the Colorado Energy Office in 2015 and was edited by Eric Gordon (University of Colorado Boulder) and Dennis Ojima (Colorado State University). It was based on a study that evaluated Colorado's climate vulnerability in the ecosystems, water, agriculture, energy, transportation, recreation/tourism, and public health sectors. 

NCCSC Paleoenvironmental Database

The NCCSC Paleoenvironmental Database is a resource for environmental scientists and those interested in the longer-term climate records that paleodata can provide. Developed by Virginia Iglesias in association with Cathy Whitlock, both of Montana State University, the database has records sorted by species, elevation, data type, record length in years, site ID, and other classifications. 

The database serves as an archive of Pleistocene proxy records, metadata, and derivative products (e.g., chronologies, vegetation, and climate reconstructions), and provides a resource for environmental research, facilitating data viewing, synthesis, and joint analysis of multiproxy datasets.

WWA Introduces Evaporative Demand Drought Index (EDDI) Maps

The Western Water Assesment High Plains and Rocky Mountain Dashboard has added Evaporative Demand Drought Index (EDDI) maps for the north central United States. These maps were added to the Drought Monitoring section alongside soil moisture and actual evapotranspiration (ETa).

Ecological Drought in the North Central United States

As part of a national effort, the North Central Climate Science Center put together a report on Ecological Drought in the North Central United States to help chart the way forward in research and planning. The report came from a workshop held in late 2015. 

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