Climate change: How do we know?
Earth Sciences Communication Team – NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, last updated 4/30/20
The evidence for rapid climate change is compelling: global temperature rise, warming oceans, shrinking ice sheet, glacial retreat, decreased snow cover, sea level rise, declining arctic sea ice, extreme events, ocean acidification…
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A look at past and future climate change in less than a minute
E360 Digest – Yale Environment 360, 2/18/19
For visual learners: Two new videos visualize how drastically global temperatures have changed since 1900–and how they will likely continue to change up to 2100. The visualizations, created by Antti Lipponen of the Finish Meteorological Institute, depict 200 years of climate change in less than a minute…
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