SNAP datasets are project-specific, but we always try to extend analyses to the largest possible spatial and temporal extents to allow greatest applicability to other projects.
Downscaled SNAP data cover Alaska, Alaska-western Canada, polar, and worldwide, from the mid–1800s to 2100.
- observed historical
- modeled historical
- modeled projected data out to 2100 across several top ranked GCMs and scenarios (SRES or RCPs)
GeoTIFF format: This stable and compressed format can be easily read by ArcGIS, QGIS, R (raster package recommended), GDAL, GRASS, and many others.
Naming scheme: We strive for consistent naming, although there may be slight variations across datasets. Please refer to the metadata for details on specific datasets. Here's a general guide:
Licensing, attribution, and collaboration
Licensing: All information produced by SNAP is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
How to attribute SNAP: When the publication medium allows it, please include the SNAP logo and a link back to our home page.
Citation recommendation: Scenarios Network for Alaska and Arctic Planning, University of Alaska.
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Collaborate with us: Please contact us if you are interested in commercialization opportunities and/or collaborative R&D activities.