Climate Engine Workshop and Training: November 9, 2022
The American Association of State Climatologists (AASC) and NOAA’s National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) co-hosted this webinar to provide an introduction to Climate Engine for state climatologists and related climate service professionals.
Climate Engine is a versatile analysis platform that enables users to quickly process and visualize satellite earth observations and gridded weather data for environmental/climate monitoring and to improve early warning of drought, wildfire, and crop-failure risk. Climate Engine is a partnership between the Desert Research Institute (DRI), the University of Idaho, and Google, with support from NIDIS and other federal partners. Many of the maps and data on drought.gov are pulled from Climate Engine.