The data set I found was at http://climatechangescience.ornl.gov/content/water-security-warming and was published by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The data was gathered using ORNL’s Titan supercomputer to gather geological and climate data over several years. Several graphs for the projected change were also synthesized thought several algorithms. The data set is less than a moth old, having been published on Oct. third of this year. The data set has a graphic and has collum bases for the presentation of the data. It is formatted geographically for easy number and location overlap. This data is very close to being useful; potential changes include a coherent way to organize the entirety without needing six categories, leaving out some information that has no use in the paper, and precipitation amounts a little more specific to region.