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The National Forest Climate Change Maps project was developed to meet the need of National Forest managers for information on projected climate changes at a scale relevant to decision making processes, including Forest Plans. These maps are available in 2020 as an archive of previously available maps. The updated Climate Map Exporter tool can be found on the National Forest Climate Change Maps page.
The maps use state-of-the-art science and are available for every National Forest in the contiguous United States with relevant data coverage. This archive map sets include variables related to precipitation, air temperature, snow (including April 1 snow water equivalent (SWE), and snow residence time), and stream flow.