Posted by: Peter Black | April 21, 2008

First Maps: Scientific Projections of Global Warming

Here’s a link to a map I made recently from the SRES models. Global Warming Outcomes shows the data at the best spatial resolution I’ve seen. I used a common scale for the data, so that you can tell the difference between the scenarios. To create the maps, I averaged the data for all 12 months for 2090 and 2000. Then, I subtracted 2000 data from 2090 to get the temperature differentials.

global warming outcomes

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