Category Archives: 2018 Global Climate Analysis

Climate Lab’s Projections of the World Future Temperature Maps

Climate Lab’s Projections of the World Future Temperature Maps We present their graphs of the World future temperature maps for the average of June/July/August, under the “business as usual” or no climate mitigation scenario.  This is called RCP 8.5, where … Continue reading

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Climate Impact Lab’s Projections of US Future Temperature Maps

Climate Impact Lab’s Projections of US Future Temperature Maps We present their graphs of the US future temperature maps for the average of June/July/August, under the “business as usual” or no climate mitigation scenario.  This is called RCP 8.5, where … Continue reading

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US and Worldwide Increases in Present and Future 90º F Days

One key way to measure the danger of extreme temperatures is to count the number of days in a year when the temperature reaches 90º F or higher.  The Climate Impact Lab (impactlab.org) did this for the New York Times.  … Continue reading

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Slides from the NOAA/NASA Annual Global Analysis for 2018

Slides from the NOAA/NASA Annual Global Analysis for 2018 The NASA author is Gavin A. Schmidt, and the NOAA author is Derek Arendt. I have put photos of the graphs from the above analysis on a Flickr album NOAA/NASA Annual … Continue reading

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