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neo 22/01/2014 19:19


http://earthsky.org/earth/2013-sustained-long-term-climate-warming-trend-says-nasa-report?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=1f94ca73e9-EarthSky_News&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-1f94ca73e9-393511181


 




2013 sustained long-term climate warming trend, says NASA report




NASA scientists say 2013 tied with 2009 and 2006 for the seventh-warmest year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures.




NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York, which analyzes global surface temperatures on an ongoing basis, released an updated report on January 21, 2014 on temperatures
around the globe for the year 2013. The comparison shows how Earth continues to experience temperatures warmer than those measured several decades ago. The visualization above shows how
global temperatures have risen from 1950 through the end of 2013.


These NASA scientists say 2013 tied with 2009 and 2006 for the seventh warmest year since 1880, continuing a long-term trend of rising global temperatures.


With the exception of 1998, the 10 warmest years in the 134-year record all have occurred since 2000, with 2010 and 2005 ranking as the warmest years on record.


The average temperature in 2013 was 58.3 degrees Fahrenheit (14.6 Celsius), which is 1.1 F (0.6 C) warmer than the mid-20th century baseline. The average global temperature has risen about
1.4 degrees F (0.8 C) since 1880, according to the new analysis. Exact rankings for individual years are sensitive to data inputs and analysis methods.


“Long-term trends in surface temperatures are unusual and 2013 adds to the evidence for ongoing climate change,” GISS climatologist Gavin Schmidt said. “While one year or one season can be
affected by random weather events, this analysis shows the necessity for continued, long-term monitoring.”


Scientists emphasize that weather patterns always will cause fluctuations in average temperatures from year to year, but the continued increases in greenhouse gas levels in Earth’s atmosphere
are driving a long-term rise in global temperatures. Each successive year will not necessarily be warmer than the year before, but with the current level of greenhouse gas emissions,
scientists expect each successive decade to be warmer than the previous.


Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that traps heat and plays a major role in controlling changes to Earth’s climate. It occurs naturally and also is emitted by the burning of fossil fuels for
energy. Driven by increasing man-made emissions, the level of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere presently is higher than at any time in the last 800,000 years.


The carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere was about 285 parts per million in 1880, the first year in the GISS temperature record. By 1960, the atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration,
measured at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, was about 315 parts per million. This measurement peaked last year at more than 400
parts per million.


While the world experienced relatively warm temperatures in 2013, the continental United States experienced the 42nd warmest year on record, according to GISS analysis. For some other
countries, such as Australia, 2013 was the hottest year on record.


The temperature analysis produced at GISS is compiled from weather data from more than 1,000 meteorological stations around the world, satellite observations of sea-surface temperature, and
Antarctic research station measurements, taking into account station history and urban heat island effects. Software is used to calculate the difference between surface temperature in a given
month and the average temperature for the same place from 1951 to 1980. This three-decade period functions as a baseline for the analysis. It has been 38 years since the recording of a year
of cooler than average temperatures.


The GISS temperature record is one of several global temperature analyses, along with those produced by the Met Office Hadley Centre in the United Kingdom and NOAA’s National Climatic Data
Center in Asheville, N.C. These three primary records use slightly different methods, but overall, their trends show close agreement.
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Charette 19/01/2014 11:22


Super, j'avais pas vu. Y'a aussi un article récent sur le site des indicateurs du climat ici : http://www.hacene-arezki.com/ c'est un bon rappel.

Ferlinpimpim 19/01/2014 12:41



Oui, je l'ai en lien sur "les liens de confiance".... Le blog de Pilgrim. ça a changé de nom mais j'ai revisité ( pas plus tard qu'hier ) et je vais en faire un billet de promotion, pour Hacène.
Il mérite d'être connu.


Bizarres les synchros, aujourd'hui.... Merci.



Wil 18/01/2014 22:18


J'ai juste une chose à dire: "tous chercheurs, toutes lumière en opposition avec que le l'ont lit souvent dans la presse ne sera pas sous protection policiière mais sous la protection de
personnes qui croient en eux! qui pensent qu'on se moquent d'eux. Je suis perçuadé qu'en France il y a des scientifiques qui en valent la peine. Et connaissant ces gens. Je suis sûr qu'il y a 3
ou 4 connards connus et incompétents pour des centaines de génis! 

Ferlinpimpim 19/01/2014 12:39



Oui, je pense que c'est le cas dans tous les domaines....



ghost 18/01/2014 21:35


Salut Damien; ce soir pluis de meteorite, incroyable la troisieme que je vois ce soir.


La derniere a 21h20 direction nord de couleur vert et orangé, mais le ciel ce couvre sur le nord de la france.


Si en Bretagne c'est degagé, mais j'en doute, jette un oeil.


 


Bonne soirés, et merci encore d'etre toujours present. bizz

Ferlinpimpim 19/01/2014 12:37



Salut Ghost, ça s'est un peu découvert hier soir, mais le peu de temps que j'ai passé à la fenêtre, je n'ai rien vu.... Les retombées d'Ison?... Possible...


Bon dimanche à toi.