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Climate Time Machine

Climate Time Machine

Author: Hugh Bollinger/Wednesday, August 10, 2016/Categories: natural history, sustainability, environment, climate change

              Climate Change Time Machine "Dashboard" (credit: NASA Climate Change)

NASA has developed a Climate Time Machine to view the effects of environmental alterations in progress. The series of data visualizations shows how key climate indicators including: sea ice, sea levels, carbon dioxide, and global temperatures are changing over time. By sliding the cursor on each environmental visualization, you can view the changes to the Southeastern USA; Northern Europe, the Amazon River Delta; and to Southeast Asia.

As additional data points are added to the NASA visualizations, the models will become more and more exact in their regional representations.

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