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Data, Tools & Applications > Delaware Climate Change Projections Portal

Last update: June 5, 2018

The Delaware Climate Change Projections Portal provides data visualization, data downloads, and general information resulting from climate model runs conducted for the Delaware Climate Change Impact Assessment (DCCIA). The DCCIA reflects the best available climate science, climate modeling, and projections to illustrate the range of potential vulnerabilities that Delaware may face from the impacts of climate change.

  • Nine different climate models were used in the investigation of the future scenarios. These models all have multiple emission scenarios.
  • View low and high emission scenarios through 2100 for the 9 different climate models statistically downscaled to 14 different weather stations in Delaware.

This web portal is intended to provide a user-friendly search interface for researchers and planners to access and download the data results from the climate projections developed for the state of Delaware.

This information can support land use planning, infrastructure, resource management, and infrastructure design. The goal of the project is to enable users to apply and integrate these data and tools to address their specific needs. The data presented in this tool are projections of future climate. They are not weather predictions and should not be treated as such.

Resource Contact(s)

Office of the Delaware State Climatologist Contact Information

Center for Environmental Monitoring & Analysis (CEMA) Contact Information

Phone: 302-831-2294

Delaware Division of Climate, Coastal, & Energy (DNREC) Contact Information

Website: View contact information
Phone: 302-735-3480