Climate Change

Climate Change

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Today’s Air Quality    Global Air Quality Map 

El Nino

El Niño is characterized by warmer temperatures and
La Niña by cooler temperatures in the equatorial Pacific.

          Current Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly

Antarctic ozone map for 2012-10-31
             Ozone Hole Watch

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.

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.  It is believed that recent global warming is primarily a result of greenhouse gas emission.

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Climate for Kids

El Niño
El Niño Update
What is El Niño?
What is La Niña?

Current UV Index Forecast Map
UV Index Map


Charts and Maps
Temperature Index
Air Quality Index 
Measurement (ARM)

Global Warming Sites

Ozone Hole Watch
USGS Global Change
Global Warming Org

NASA Earth Observatory 
Global Maps

Net RadiationNet Radiation     

Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Monoxide

Aerosol Optical Depth
Aerosol Optical Depth  

Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly
Sea Surface Temperatures

 CO2 Trend for Mauna Loa

NOAA/NESDIS latest SST anomalies

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