ClimateTranslator is a web-based graphical user interface that allows users to:
Access to the ClimateTranslator interface is currently in "trusted tester" phase. If you would like access to the interface, please contact email@example.com to acquire a username and password.
If you have a username and password, the site may be accessed at the following URL: http://hydra-ncpp.fsl.noaa.gov/ncpp/climate_translator/.
Climate Translator is currently built on OpenClimateGIS, a Python toolkit. OpenClimateGIS is designed for geospatial manipulation, subsetting, computation, and reformatting of climate datasets stored in local NetCDF files or files served through THREDDS data servers.
An alpha version of the software was utilized during the Downscaling-2013 (also called the QED-2013) workshop.
Precipitation Thresholds in the Tampa Bay Watershed using ClimateTranslator
The map at right was generated using Quantum GIS with shapefile output from the ClimateTranslator. It represents daily precipitation exceedances using a threshold value of 9.62 mm/day for a collection of Tampa Bay watershed basins for July 1990. Source data uses the Bias Corrected/Constructed Analogs (BCCA) method to downscale data from the Canadian Center for Climate Modeling Analysis's (CCMA) Coupled Global Climate Model (CGCM).
If you are interested in learning more about ClimateTranslator, would like to see a demonstration, or would like to alpha-test the software, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Earth System CoG Sponsors and Partners
CoG was developed under grants from the National Science Foundation and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and in partnership with the Department of Energy Office of Science, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Infrastructure for the European Network for Earth System Modeling project, which is supported by the European Union. Data archive and search is provided by the Earth System Grid Federation.