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El Nino

El Niņo is characterized by unusually warm temperatures and La Niņa by unusually cool temperatures in the equatorial Pacific.

Current SST Anomoly

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Antarctic ozone map for 2012-10-31
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The "ozone hole" refers to the destruction of a layer of ozone molecules found high in Earth's atmosphere that helps to shield Earth from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. The ozone layer has become thinner because of chlorofluorocarbons.


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Who is controlling the weather?

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Our Earth is warming. Earth's average temperature has risen by 1.4°F over the past century, and is projected to rise another 2 to 11.5°F over the next hundred years.. Oceans are warming, ice caps are melting, and sea levels are rising. Recent global warming is primarily a result of greenhouse gas emission.

 

 

 




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