Environmental Domain Data Products

An advanced weather data products to power all of your business needs, from the basic to the most complex weather influenced solutions

e.g. Hourly nodal electricity prices for Ontario 10 zones
  1. Historical Surface Weather Data at 100 Airports
    • Temperature
    • Since 1990
    • Pressure
    • 100 Busiest Airports
    • Precipitation
    • Hourly Weather Data
    • Wind Speed

    Historical hourly weather observations from 100 busiest airport station around the world

    Starting From $39.95

Questions & Answers

Why is Environmental Science?

Environmental science lets you recognize that environmental problems such as climate change, global warming, ozone layer depletion, acid rain, and impacts on biodiversity and marine life are not just national problems, but global problems as well. So, concerted effort from across the world is needed to tackle these problems.

Environmental data is that which is based on the measurement of environmental pressures, the state of the environment and the impacts on ecosystems. Environmental data not only supports scientific research on climate change, global warming and ecological studies, it also helps to make decisions on energy, retail, insurance or real-estate investments based on the weather and geographical impacts of environmental changes such as earthquakes or wild fires.

Why is Environmental Science Important?

Environmental science is the academic field that takes physical, biological, and chemical sciences to study the environment and discover solutions to environmental problems. Environmental sciences include geography, zoology, physics, ecology, oceanology, and geology. Environmental science also branches out into environmental studies and environmental engineering. It provides an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to the study of environmental problems.

Who Uses Environmental Data and for What Purposes?

Environmental data is used for wide range of scientific research from climate change, global warming or ecological studies. Businesses are also starting to make more decisions based on environmental data in energy, retail, insurance or real-estate industries.

NGOs, environmental ministries, statistical offices, and institutions usually collect and use environmental data. A new method for data collection, dissemination, and analysis offers a good opportunity to make the data error-free and accurate. For example, analyzing weather and geographical impacts of environmental changes such as earthquakes or wild fires help to make more accurate decisions.

What are Typical Environmental Data Topics?

  • Air and climate
  • Biodiversity
  • Environmental Policies
  • Forest
  • Water
  • Natural Hazards
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