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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the A2 Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America.
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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the A1B Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America.
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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the A1B Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America. These data, originally published here, were...
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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the B1 Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America. These data, originally published here, were...
Abstract: Observed changes in climate of the U.S. Pacific Northwest since the early twentieth century were examined using four different datasets. Annual mean temperature increased by approximately 0.6°–0.8°C from 1901 to 2012, with corroborating indicators including a lengthened freeze-free season, increased temperature of the coldest night of the year, and increased growing-season potential evapotranspiration. Seasonal temperature trends over shorter time scales (<50 yr) were variable. Despite increased warming rates in most seasons over the last half century, nonsignificant cooling was observed during spring from 1980 to 2012. Observations show a long-term increase in spring precipitation; however, decreased...
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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the A2 Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America. These data, originally published here, were...
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Current modeled distribution of Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus). Changes in mean annual temperature within the modeled distribution of the Arctic fox. Projected changes in active layer thickness within the modeled distribution of the Arctic fox and distribution of fox den sites and known occurrences. Current, 2040 medium-development scenario, and 2040 high-development scenario landscape condition within the current distribution of Arctic fox in the North Slope study area. These data are provided by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) "as is" and may contain errors or omissions. The User assumes the entire risk associated with its use of these data and bears all responsibility in determining whether these data are fit for...
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This set of 4 rasters shows mean annual temperature (deg C * 10) for Western North America under the B1 Emissions Scenario from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). One layer shows the historic period (1961 to 1990), and there are three layers of future climate projections representing the 2020s, the 2050s, and the 2080s. These future layers are ensemble averages across all 23 CMIP3 AOGCMs (Coupled Model Intercomparison Project 3 Atmosphere-Ocean General Circulation Models). All layers have a resolution of 1 km, and are designed to capture climate gradients, temperature inversions, and rain shadows in the mountainous landscape of western North America.
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The concept of potential natural vegetation (PNV), the plant community reflecting the environmental capability of a land area, has proven vital to land management over the past 30 years. Rigorous, consistent, validated potential vegetation mapping, however, has remained a persistent need for land management agencies. The development of this dataset represents a new way to model and map PNV to help fulfill those requirements.


    map background search result map search result map Modeled Potential Vegetation Zones of Washington and Oregon Mean Annual Temperature under the A1B Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A2 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the B1 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the B1 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A2 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A1B Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) BLM REA NOS 2012 Terrestrial Fine Filter Figures H9 to H15 Modeled Potential Vegetation Zones of Washington and Oregon BLM REA NOS 2012 Terrestrial Fine Filter Figures H9 to H15 Mean Annual Temperature under the B1 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A2 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A1B Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A1B Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the A2 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble) Mean Annual Temperature under the B1 Emissions Scenario (Western North America, 23 AOGCM Ensemble)