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Tag Archives: Google Earth
Met Office in the Media: 16 July 2010
The Guardian and many other national media covered the launch of a Google Earth layer showing the impacts of an average temperature rise of 4 deg C. The application has been developed using climate projections from the Met Office Hadley … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged climate change, climate science, Google Earth, Met Office Hadley Centre Comments Off on Met Office in the Media: 16 July 2010
Impact of a global temperature rise of 4 deg C.
Today sees the launch of a new Google Earth layer that will allow you to see the impacts of an average rise in global temperatures of 4 degrees Celsius, building on a successful interactive map that was launched last year. … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged climate change, climate science, FCO, Google Earth, Met Office, Met Office Hadley Centre Comments Off on Impact of a global temperature rise of 4 deg C.