Climate change

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Eps 1005: Climate change

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Sea level rise affects all coastlines differently.
NASA Observes Earth Day with Downloadable Art
NASA's Climate Kids website brings the exciting science of climate change and sustainability to life, providing clear explanations for the big questions in climate science.

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Sea level rise affects all coastlines differently.NASA Observes Earth Day with Downloadable ArtNASA's Climate Kids website brings the exciting science of climate change and sustainability to life, providing clear explanations for the big questions in climate science.The official NOAA Weather Network page offers a comprehensive list that includes information on how weather patterns are changing over time. The full site is available online at wwwnasaweathernetworkclimatekids.
Data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment show Greenland lost an average of 286 billion tons of ice per year between 1993 and 2016, while Antarctica lost about 127 billion tons of ice per year during the same time period.An interactive exploration of how global warming is affect sea ice, glaciers and continental ice sheets worldwide.Since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, the acidity of surface ocean waters has increased by about 30 percent.13,14 This increase is the result of humans emitting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere and more being absorbed into the oceans.A new study in Nature Geoscience suggests that climate change may be responsible for a dramatic rise or decrease over this centuryold record set to occur at least 20 years later than previously thought.This article was originally published on June 8th 2013.1
The NASA visualizations show model projections of the precipitation changes from 2000 to 2100 as a percentage difference between the 30year precipitation averages and the 19701999 average.Sea level rise will continue past 2100 because the oceans take a very long time to respond to warmer conditions at the Earth's surface.Heat waves, heavy downpours and sea level rise pose growing challenges to many aspects of life in the Northeast.A new study by scientists led jointly with U.S.based University College Park Research Center UCL researchers shows that during peak periods where rising temperatures are more frequent than expected for most areas across North America "These trends suggest some severe weather events may be responsible," said lead author Daniel Suggsig, senior scientist on climate change research who is coauthoring this paper published online September 10th doidoi.10111545121320
Through its assessments, the IPCC determines the state of knowledge on climate change.Climate Change 1994 Radiative Forcing of Climate Change and An Evaluation of the IPCC IS92 Emission ScenariosIPCC assessments and special reports are prepared by three Working Groups, each looking at a different aspect of the science related to climate change Working Group I The Physical Science Basis, Working Group II Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, and Working Group III Mitigation of Climate Change.Reaction is taken for these two groups. The first group assesses emissions from industrial production in Australia as well use estimates based upon their effects this second study considers all sources used or assumed.1References
Most aspects of climate change will persist for many centuries, even if emissions are stopped.For instance, by 2100, global sea level rise would be 10 cm lower with global warming of 1.5C compared with 2C.In 1992, its "Earth Summit" produced the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC as a first step in addressing the climate change problem.The IPCC is also looking into how to reduce greenhouse gases and other pollutants that cause human health problems such upto date.citation needed