Blog commentary on climate science by working climate scientists.
- National Climatic Data Center (NCDC)
Develops both national and global data sets that have been used by both government and the private sector to maximize the resource provided by our climate and minimize the risks of climate variability and weather extremes.
- Climate and Cryosphere (CliC)
Initiative of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) to encourage and promote research into the cryosphere and its interactions as part of the global climate system.
- Bering Sea Climate and Ecosystem
Focused on the Bering Sea's climate and ecosystem. Multidisciplinary time series data, full descriptive metadata, ecosystem relevance, maps, photos, and more.
- Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE)
Uses twin satellites (Tom and Jerry) to make detailed measurements of Earth's gravity field.
- ESPERE: The Climate Encyclopaedia
Learn about the Earth's lower and upper atmosphere, weather basics, clouds and particles, climate in cities, oceans, and how people change the climate.
- Climatological Database for the World's Oceans 1750-1850 (CLIWOC)
Obtaining data from documentary sources, mostly logbook records, which are kept in a number of European archives in Spain, Britain, Holland, and France.
Blog about weather and climate stories. ClimateSpot is a source of news on current weather, meteorology, and climate change.
- Arctic Climate Research - National Science Foundation
Concerned with the study of natural climate change in the Arctic region. From the National Science Foundation.