Climate Hubs Tool Shed

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Overview: 

The Climate Hubs Tool Shed provides information on tools from across the country that can assist agricultural and forest land managers in adapting to climate variability and change. Users can search with a keyword and our simple categories, or use the advanced search. The database includes tools that are directly relevant to climate variability and change, as well as tools that assist in managing factors that interact with climate variability and change, such as drought, pests, and extreme weather. The target audience is extension and consultants, but the database could also be useful for land managers, land owners, and researchers. For more information on how to use the site, please review the instructional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikr-FZRdTNo.

Restrictions and Limitations: 
Disclaimer: The Climate Hub Tools Database lists tools that are intended to help land managers incorporate climate change and carbon stewardship into their decision-making. Tools included on the Climate Hubs Tools Database all have limitations and assumptions that need to be considered. The Climate Hubs Tools Database does not recommend specific tools, but does provide guidance on appropriate tool applications. Please be sure to thoroughly examine these before interpreting tool outputs. The inclusion of any tool on our website is for informational purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) or any agency of the Federal government.
Tool Developers: 

Emrys Treasure, Sarah Wiener, John Cobb, Jennifer Moore Myers

Format: 
Web
Audience: 
Researcher
Extension
Producer
Land Manager
Time Investment: 
Low
Spatial Scale: 
Farm/Forest
Time Scale: 
User-defined