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The Data Source buttons below will enable you to perform climate queries in a new browser window.

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How would you characterize the climate in your backyard? How do current weather conditions compare with climate over the past 30 years, 100 years or 1000 years? Have changes in climate conditions over time influenced stream or river flows? The Data Access page provides you with online resources to help you answer these questions and more. Check out the learning activity "Distribution of Climates on the Earth" developed by Dr. Heather Stoll at Williams College.

Also be sure to check out the National Climatic Data Center's Current Climate In Historical Perspective Report, Ask Doctor Global Change from the US Global Change Research Information Office, Global Climate Maps from the United Nations FAO Sustainable Development, and EPA's Global Warming Impacts.

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