Next generation climate data analytics for California

The Cal-Adapt: Analytics Engine hosts the foundational climate and environmental data that underpins California’s Climate Change Assessment. The Analytics Engine team is developing a readily-accessible platform to transform climate data into actionable information.

Cloud Analytics

Cal Adapt: Analytics Engine brings data and computational resources together in the cloud, allowing users to work with Petabytes of stored data supported by scientific guidance. These data and code will support informed decision-making for climate resilience and investments.

Cloud Analytics

Cal Adapt: Analytics Engine brings data and computational resources together in the cloud, allowing users to work with Petabytes of stored data supported by scientific guidance. These data and code will support informed decision-making for climate resilience and investments.

Co-Production and Collaboration

The Analytics Engine is co-produced. Data producers (scientists and modelers), technical staff (programmers and developers) and user-stakeholders collaborate on the content and format of Analytics Engine outputs. Help us in this process by participating in our collaborative working groups. The Analytics Engine design allows it to evolve based on user contributions and feedback.

Co-Production and Collaboration

The Analytics Engine is co-produced. Data producers (scientists and modelers), technical staff (programmers and developers) and user-stakeholders collaborate on the content and format of Analytics Engine outputs. Help us in this process by participating in our collaborative working groups. The Analytics Engine design allows it to evolve based on user contributions and feedback.

California Climate Data

The data found on the Analytics Engine seeks to characterize the climate and environmental responses expected in response to climate change, in a way that is accessible and actionable to stakeholders. Spatial datasets are expected to cover the energy and water nexus of the Western United States, and regions within Canada and Mexico. The database will include high-spatial resolution (~ 3km grid spacing) hourly projections for the 21st century. We welcome contributions from government agencies, researchers and industry associated with California’s Fifth Climate Assessment.

California Climate Data

The data found on the Analytics Engine seeks to characterize the climate and environmental responses expected in response to climate change, in a way that is accessible and actionable to stakeholders. Spatial datasets are expected to cover the energy and water nexus of the Western United States, and regions within Canada and Mexico. The database will include high-spatial resolution (~ 3km grid spacing) hourly projections for the 21st century. We welcome contributions from government agencies, researchers and industry associated with California’s Fifth Climate Assessment.

Support and Partners

Amazon Sustainability and the California Energy Commission (EPC-20-007) support the Cal-Adapt: Analytics Engine. The project team includes staff from Eagle Rock Analytics, Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Spatial Informatics Group, UC Berkeley Geospatial Innovation Facility, and UCLA Center for Climate Science (with the University of California Los Angeles contributing data). Staff of the California Energy Commission direct the project.

Support and Partners

Amazon Sustainability and the California Energy Commission (EPC-20-007) support the Cal-Adapt: Analytics Engine. The project team includes staff from Eagle Rock Analytics, Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc., Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Spatial Informatics Group, UC Berkeley Geospatial Innovation Facility, and UCLA Center for Climate Science (with the University of California Los Angeles contributing data). Staff of the California Energy Commission direct the project.