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Climate change problem solving is complex and often requires expert knowledge from scientists and decision-makers.  The Climate Workspace was originally designed as a tool for GLISA (an organization that brings together scientists and decision-makers) to use in addressing complex climate problems.

A feature of The Climate Workspace is the option to provide expert narrative guidance on individual resources.  Guidance can be anything from notes about important points in a research article to instruction on when a resource is best suited for a particular application.  In addition to the guidance that is provided by the community of members, GLISA has also developed the following general climate information guidance based on experiences working with decision-makers:

Climate Information Guide

and a set of

Frequently Asked Questions  

Both of these resources are intended to provide general guidance to climate information users.  If additional guidance is needed, please contact GLISA.