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Title: Crown Capital management environmental monitoring Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds


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Crown Capital management environmental monitoring
Watch 60 Years Of Climate Change In 15 Seconds
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  • According to NASA, 2013 was tied (with 2009 and
    2006) for seventh warmest year globally on
    record, dating back to 1880. NASA scientists have
    played a leading role in climate research in
    recent decades and the agencys Goddard Institute
    for Space Studies (GISS) this month updated a
    report analyzing worldwide surface
    temperatures. Long-term trends in surface
    temperatures are unusual and 2013 adds to the
    evidence for ongoing climate change, GISS
    climatologist Gavin Schmidt said. While one year
    or one season can be affected by random weather
    events, this analysis shows the necessity for
    continued, long-term monitoring. The NASA data
    finds that with the exception of 1998, the 10
    warmest years in the 134-year record have all
    come since the latest turn of the century, with
    2010 and 2005 ranking as the warmest years on
    record. To drive the point home, GISS created
    the below animation that shows the increase in
    temperatures worldwide over the past 60 years,
    compiled from data collected by over 1,000
    meteorological stations around the globe. 

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  • A release from NASA makes the case that the
    increase in temperatures over the long-term is
    more a social problem than a matter of eons-long
    natural climate patterns Driven by increasing
    man-made emissions, the level of carbon dioxide
    in Earths atmosphere presently is higher than at
    any time in the last 800,000 years. This
    summer, NASA plans to launch the Orbiting Carbon
    Observatory with the goal of studying both
    natural and manmade sources of carbon dioxide,
    one of the gases believed to be largely to blame
    for climate change. Watch 60 Years Of Climate
    Change In 15 Seconds According to NASA, 2013
    was tied (with 2009 and 2006) for seventh warmest
    year globally on record, dating back to 1880.
    NASA scientists have played a leading role in
    climate research in recent decades and the
    agencys Goddard Institute for Space Studies
    (GISS) this month updated a report analyzing
    worldwide surface temperatures. Long-term
    trends in surface temperatures are unusual and
    2013 adds to the evidence for ongoing climate
    change, GISS climatologist Gavin Schmidt said.
    While one year or one season can be affected by
    random weather events, this analysis shows the
    necessity for continued, long-term monitoring. 

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  • The NASA data finds that with the exception of
    1998, the 10 warmest years in the 134-year record
    have all come since the latest turn of the
    century, with 2010 and 2005 ranking as the
    warmest years on record. To drive the point
    home, GISS created the below animation that shows
    the increase in temperatures worldwide over the
    past 60 years, compiled from data collected by
    over 1,000 meteorological stations around the
    globe. A release from NASA makes the case that
    the increase in temperatures over the long-term
    is more a social problem than a matter of
    eons-long natural climate patterns Driven by
    increasing man-made emissions, the level of
    carbon dioxide in Earths atmosphere presently is
    higher than at any time in the last 800,000
    years. This summer, NASA plans to launch the
    Orbiting Carbon Observatory with the goal of
    studying both natural and manmade sources of
    carbon dioxide, one of the gases believed to be
    largely to blame for climate change. 

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