Climate Change Institute: Climate Reanalyzer

Climate Reanalyzer provides an intuitive platform for visualizing a variety of weather and climate datasets and models.
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Climate Reanalyzer is a data exploration access site, developed by the Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine, which provides an intuitive platform for visualizing a variety of weather and climate datasets and models. Using interfaces for reanalysis and historical station data, the Climate Reanalyzer allows students to access real-time, meaningful climate data to perform many different types of data analysis functions as they investigate climate. The most visited page is the “Today’s Summary” which features several weather parameters, including temperature departure for the current day relative to a climate baseline.

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