Dataset Catalog

The Climate Commons Data Catalog provides searchable records describing data hosted on the Commons and elsewhere. Links on each catalog record lead you to the data if it is hosted online, and to related documents and websites.

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List Datasets in the Catalog

Some of these datasets reside in other locations, some are hosted by the Climate Commons.
View Hosted Datasets

Datasetsort descending Data Type Subject Coverage & Resolution Hosted Here
OCOF Sea Level Rise Impacts Data for SF Outer Bay Coast Raster grid sea level rise, coastal flooding, coastal zone management San Francisco Bay Area
Plant Profiles and Vulnerability Scores for 156 Rare Plants of California Tabular vulnerability assessment, rare plants California
Plant Species and Climate Profile Predictions Species distribution model vegetation distribution, bioclimatic modeling Western United States
30 arcseconds
Predicted Effects of Climate Change on Inland Fishes of California spreadsheet fish, biodiversity California
PRISM Climate Data Gridded weather data climate data, historical climate Conterminous United States
4 km and 800 m
Projected climate change and urbanization impacts on the distribution of five Southern California species Species distribution model big-eared woodrat, California gnatcatcher, Ceanothus greggii, Ceanothus verrucosus, Tecate cypress, species distributions, species distribution modeling, biodiversity Southern California
Projected Impacts of Climate Change on Intraspecific Variation Maps population genetics
Raster Datasets: Integrated Scenarios for Assessing Threats to Ecosystem Services on California Rangelands Raster California Central Valley
250 meters
San Francisco Bay Estuarine-Terrestrial Transitional Zone Decision Support System Vector (ranked transition zone habitat) & Raster (tidal elevation models) tidal marshes, sea level rise, estuaries, GIS San Francisco Bay and Estuary
1 meter
San Francisco Bay Marsh Elevation Models Digital elevation model sea level rise, estuarine ecosystems San Francisco Bay and Estuary
3 meters