COVID-19 update

Updated: 25 May 2020

New Zealand recently moved to Level 2 COVID-19 notification. Those that can work from home are encouraged to continue to work from home. Staff of CLIMsystems continue to predominately self-quatantine. We await a move to Level 1 before considering a more comprehensive return to our office. However, a limited number of unavoidable meetings will be held at the office while on Level 2. We encourage anyone planning to visit our office to access the official COVID-19 app for registering your contact with CLIMsystems.

https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-advice-general-public/contact-tracing-covid-19/nz-covid-tracer-app

We have secured our company QR code and it is clearly displayed upon entering our office. Please report to our staff upon arrival if you are not using the app so we can keep a paper record of your visit.

Stay well and stay strong. We can be contacted by e-mail and phone on +64 27 3169777.

Products


Software

SimCLIM

SimCLIM is a software tool designed to facilitate the assessment of risks from climate change for sustainability officers, consultants, policy makers, academics, non-governmental and governmental organizations and students.

SimCLIM for ArcGIS (Climate and Marine)

Our family of add-ins for ArcGIS Desktop 10.0+. SimCLIM for ArcGIS / Climate add-in enables users to produce spatial images of climate change through a quick, easy and straight-forward process. SimCLIM for ArcGIS / Marine add-in is used to explore the impacts of climate change on marine biogeochemical cycles.

DSSAT Perturb

Perturbation tool for incorporating climate change factors into the DSSAT software system

Online

ExtendWeather

Web site and service providing premium (paid subscription) Sub Seasonal and seasonal forecasts for New Zealand and free extreme temperature and precipitation outlooks for the world.

Sea Level Rise and Vertical Land Movement web app

This web app, for tablet and desktop browsers, combines a recently released ensemble of sea level rise models with global datasets for vertical land movement

Sea Level Rise for Cities web app

This web app, for tablets and desktop web browsers, combines a recently released ensemble of sea level rise models with global datasets for vertical land movement.