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Sunday, 30th August 2009

Cutting-edge web tool compiles latest climate data to let users see impacts at local and global levels

Cutting-edge web tool compiles latest climate data to let users see impacts at local and global levels

A new tool that for the first time allows people to easily see how climate change will directly impact their states shows America’s heartland will suffer the greatest jump in temperatures over the next century – with some states potentially heating up more than 10 degrees F, according to an analysis by The Nature Conservancy.

The state-by-state, country-by-country temperature projections are part of a new tool called Climate Wizard that allows people to use an interactive map to explore past and projected climate change data on their computers. With Climate Wizard, users can zoom in on any location to quickly see how temperatures and precipitation may change by month, season or year under different emission scenarios.

Source: Nature Conservancy


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