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Visualizing Climate Change

Visualizing Climate Change

Greenland Ice core sample April 2013 (credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

Scientists at the Universe of Melbourne and the Australian National University (ANU) have created a simple way of visualizing the relationships between carbon dioxide, temperature, and climate. Taking 800,000 years of ice core data samples, they show in 3-minutes data animation how the Earth's climate has changed as CO2 has increased or decreased over that vast stretch of time. The science speaks for itself even if the big data sets tell a true climate story that may be inconvenient. WHB

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