Sunday, February 3, 2019

Berkeley Earth's global warming movie for 2018

This animated map shows the history of temperature changes around the world from 1850 to 2018.
Each frame is a 12-month moving average and shows the difference the temperature then observed and the average climate from 1951 to 1980.
The long-term history of global warming is clearly represented.
One can also see a variety of short-term fluctuations associated with variations in weather patterns and internal variability, such as the El Nino/La Nina pattern in the Equatorial Pacific.
This animation is based on the work of Berkeley Earth.

This animation shows how annual average temperatures have changed for countries and regions around the world from 1850 to 2018.
Each frame of the animation indicates a 12-month moving average of national or regional temperature and how much higher or lower that average was compared to the average climate during the period 1951 to 1980.
Countries are organized into regional groups.
The size and color of the circle at each time indicates the temperature difference.
This animation is based on the data produced by Berkeley Earth.
The design of this animation was inspired by a previous animation by Antti Lipponen.

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