Friday, May 8, 2015

Record Global Heat Continues

Record high temperatures over land and sea in March, says NOAA and NASA.  (Merco Press, 4/23/2015)

And as a result....
The average Arctic sea ice extent for March was 430,000 square miles (7.2 percent) below the 1981–2010 average. This was the smallest March extent since records began in 1979, according to analysis by the National Snow and Ice Data Center based on data from NOAA and NASA.

Other climate change posts:
Is it any surprise that the education-bashing Scott Walker appears to be the favorite among Iowa climate change deniers.  (5/7/2015)
No Longer Mighty, the Rio Grande is Disappearing.  (4/15/2015) 
NOAA global temperature analysis: 2 months into 2015, we're experiencing the 2nd warmest year on record.  (3/18/2015)
It's a big (and warming) world out there: January 2015 is 2nd warmest since 1880.  (2/20/2015) 
Republicans need to generate a new climate change meme.  (1/21/2015)
Cold enough for you?  (3/9/2014)

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