Climate Reanalyzer

Climate Reanalyzer

Educator Guide

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Climate reanalyzer is a platform for visualizing a wide array of weather and climate datasets and models. It is an interactive visualization including tools with which to manipulate and display them.

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Key Features

  • Easily accessible data

  • Real-world data

  • Timeseries

  • Daily updated global weather overview

  • Option to export data


  • Encourages exploration

  • Incorporate visual learning, spatial thinking and quantitative skills

  • Visualize complex ideas to better understand them 

  • Understand the scale of context

How these features can be used in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning

  • Teach learners how to interpret graphs and maps and what information can be found in them by guiding them with questions. Use this to start a debate. For example, start with trying to answer questions such as: How does the current weather compare to the long-term average? What are the consequences of this?

Getting Started

  1. Go to the website

  2. Choose a map from the 3 headings

  3. Explore the different maps and its factors

Considerations and potential concern of using the tool

Get familiar and experiment with the tool and content before integrating it in your own class. Students need prior experience in manipulating and interpreting the datasets, or guidance to do so, as none is provided on the website.