Climate Change Data Visualization
The user-friendly visualizations and interactive tools created for this initiative support ongoing project work by Seattle City Light staff, scientists, and decision-makers in addressing climate change in western Washington.
Why does this project matter?
These tools distill complex climate modeling and scenarios into accessible formats easily understood by technical staff and other stakeholders, allowing meaningful decision-making in order to respond and adapt to local climate change impacts.
What is ESA doing to help?
ESA developed these resources based on recent climate modeling studies of low flow and peak flow data in the Skagit River, temperature monitoring in western Washington, and sea-level rise projections near Seattle City Light facilities. Photo simulations, interactive dashboard charting tools, and a custom web application provide current and future temperature and precipitation projections.
Future phases of the project will add features and functions to the custom-authenticated web application tools.
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Client Seattle City Light
Location Seattle, WA
Market Community Development
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