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AUG 02, 2013 - Fast Company

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NASA Visualizes 130 Years of Climate Change in 30 Seconds

Collecting surface temperature records from more than 1,000 weather stations dating back to 1880, NASA has compiled a video visualizing 130 years of climate change. Featured on NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day site, the video's yellow and red hues represent warmer temperatures relative to local average temperatures in the mid-1900s. By the 20th century, the change accelerated, with NASA noting that most of the warmest years on record have occurred in the recent past. From 1800 to 2011, global temperatures increased almost 1 degree Celsius (that difference is 1.8 degrees Fahrenheit). These ... Read More

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