Water availability and quality are critical to national security, now and in the future. As part of its water resources management missions and operations, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has been working together with other federal agencies, academic experts, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector to translate climate science into actionable science for decision-making.
As part of these efforts, USACE has developed a suite of web accessible tools to support repeatable, analytical results for climate preparedness and resilience planning and engineering design. The sea level analysis tool (SLAT) is available here. SLAT combines and extends the functionality of two older tools: the Sea Level Tracker and the Sea Level Change Curve Calculator, which will eventually be deprecated but are available here for continuity of ongoing studies. We have also developed two public tools supporting impacts analysis and design for climate-impacted hydrology, available here.
More tools will be added as they become available. Your comments and feedback are welcome.