Global warming and climate change are terms used quite frequently in many realms of today’s life, from political discourse to mainstream news to peer-reviewed scientific journals. Although the majority of the scientific community agrees that global warming and climate change are real threats to humanity in several dimensions: health, security, food, water supply, economy, etc. there are arguments that counter these claims. There is also debate about what human induced agents are most responsible for causing global warming and climate change. The aim of this thesis is to develop a database system, called Data delivery tool for carbon dioxide fluxes, to store the raw meteorological and flux data from five locations in Alaska, and with the help of a web based application created on Linux, Apache HTTP server, MariaDB, PHP, JQuery and Google Charts, will enable users to visualize graphically the datasets to perform analysis and to identify trends. Also, the system will enable users in the scientific community to download the data measurements from these five sites for their use in any scientific research endeavors.