Additional information on climate data portals
The climate data platforms described on this page provide different tools to learn about, explore, and work with climate data. They also provide climate data at varying levels of detail to suit different needs. This suite of climate change tools supports the needs of diverse audiences, including the general public, the media, policy analysts, engineers, as well as researchers and climate scientists.
Climate Atlas of Canada
The Climate Atlas of Canada, developed by the Prairie Climate Centre, combines climate science, mapping
The Climate Atlas offers maps and graphs based on Bias Correction/Construction Analogues with Quantile mapping reordering version 2 (BCCAQv2) climate model data as well as Australian National University Spline (ANUSPLIN) data produced by Natural Resources Canada. The data is averaged over 30 year periods and at various regional scales, allowing users to easily visualise and explore the data.
Start learning about climate change with the Climate Atlas of Canada.
ClimateData.ca is a portal that enables Canadians to access, visualize, and analyze climate data, information, and tools to support adaptation planning. It provides access to high-resolution climate data to help build a more resilient Canada. This portal is for informed users like municipal planners and engineers who require access to local climate data, including a range of climate indices, and user-defined climate datasets. Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Computer Research Institute of Montréal, Ouranos, the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, the Prairie Climate Centre, and HabitatSeven collaborated to create this portal.
ClimateData.ca provides climate data at annual, monthly or daily model outputs for
Start exploring detailed climate data at ClimateData.ca.
The Power Analytics and Visualization for Climate Science (
PAVICS) (coming soon!)
More resources from the Canadian Centre for Climate Services
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