The Pacific Climate Change Data Portal [opens in new window]
The Pacific Climate Change Data Portal is a user-friendly tool that allows the user to visualise historical climate data in the form of trends, running and long term averages.
As the largest web based data source for the Pacific region, this tool currently provides users access to more than 100 individual observation sites across the Pacific Islands and Timor-Leste, and includes trends in rainfall and temperature extremes.
Relationship to other tools:
The Pacific Climate Change Data Portal provides access to historic data which other tools such Pacific Climate Futures use to produce application-ready datasets.
Who can use it:
This tool is able to be used by the public for information on historical climate trends in the Pacific. It is freely available for anyone to explore climate trends.