Agroclimatic Observatory

The Agroclimatic Observatory is a collection of maps and other figures that monitor drought at present, near furture and in the recent past. The maps and figures can be manipulated and are linked to the original data. Even if you are primarily interested in data rather than figures, this is a good place to see which datasets are particularly useful for monitoring current conditions.

A (Spanish) manual describing all variables and options can be found here.

A (Spanish) tutorial with a case study for the Region of O'Higgins in Chile is available here.

    This Map Room includes maps and analyses useful for monitoring ENSO, understanding the impacts and learning about key scientific advancements that have led to our current level of knowledge.
    Maps for monitoring current agroclimatic alerts affecting the agricultural and other sectors.
    In this maproom, the short term and medium term forecasts from international models as well as national tailored forecasts are presented.
    Historical drought frequency analysis for Chile.
    Maps for monitoring current drought conditions through a set of relevant drought indicators.
    In this maproom, the Vulnerability Atlas to (agricultural) droughts is presented for Chile and for each commune individually.