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Since the beginning of industrialization, people have been putting carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Those trap heat, which increases the odds of higher temperatures, sea level rise, dangerous weather, with broad consequences for the environment, for our economies, and for national security. Those broad consequences are what put together is climate
I’m Blair Trewin. I’m a climate scientist with the Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne, and I work with long-term observed historic datasets. The Bureau has been a world leader in the development of long-term climate datasets. There are many areas where we’ve been a pioneer, especially daily datasets which are suitable for analysing extremes. The
This year, five new missions are taking off to investigate our home planet. From coast to coast, these missions will take a closer look at everything from sea level rise to snowstorms, all based right here in the United States. About 200 miles off the coast of San Francisco, the Submesoscale Ocean Dynamics Experiment, or
Sometimes, we get caught up in a debate about what’s causing climate change or even whether or not it’s real. We know the answers to those questions. The important question is how do we deal with it? This is not something that may happen to the next generation. A lot of it is already happening.
In this lesson we’ll examine some of the indicators that earth is warming and the evidence that suggests that these changes a result of human actions. We have two learning objectives. First, we’ll discuss why many people think that recent climate changes are due to human activity; and, second, we’ll review some natural indicators of
– Picture a map of Florida with its long sandy beaches and wetlands, or cities like New York, Venice, and Alexandria, all metropolises with some pretty watery boundaries. Now, try to picture what these might look like in 100 years. The Sunshine State might look very different than it does today. The same goes for
The Bureau of Meteorology and CSIRO play an important role in monitoring, analysing and communicating observed changes in Australia’s climate. This is our fourth State of the Climate report. The report focuses on observations and data which show how the climate is changing. Since 1910, Australia and the surroundingoceans have warmed by around one degree.
working very hard and trying to understand all the parameters that are changing here at the end of the Younger Dryas we found out that it's not just a question of temperature changes it's a question of the rate of snowfall doubling in a very short period of time one two three years methane goes