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Global warming in 60 years in a 15-second spot
Video | Global warming in 60 years in a 15-second spot
Goddard Institute for Space Studies argues that climate change in the “warm” and direction will continue in 2014. On the basis of these data, NASA has made a video that shows how the temperature changes on our planet over the past 60 years.
NASA experts have reported that the 2006, 2009 and 2013, took the seventh stage of the warmest years since 1880 th. The annual average temperature for this period increased by 0.8 degrees Celsius. In addition, the average temperature for the last 2013 was 14.6 degrees Celsius, 0.6 degrees higher than in the last century, according to latimes.com.
In the study of global temperature NASA uses different methods of collecting and analyzing information, analyzing it with more than a thousand weather stations across the globe. From year to year may be periodic changes in temperature and each subsequent year is not necessarily warmer than the previous one, but in each the next decade will probably be higher than the temperature .
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