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Can carbon dioxide be a good thing (context from 2007)? We begin 2011 with interesting new challenges in the climate debate pertaining to the willingness to address mitigation and adaptation at a policy level. Jim Prall. James W Prall Senior Systems Programmer The Edward S.
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Quick links X11 server for Windows We've recently reviewed several X11 servers for MS Windows. Firefox: New Choice for Web Browsing Product information. Process Trends Website. NSDLWiki. Skeptical Science: Examining Global Warming Skepticism. State of the Climate. Contents of this Section: Global Highlights The combined global land and ocean average surface temperature for February 2010 was 0.60°C (1.08°F) above the 20th century average of 12.1°C (53.9°F).
This is the sixth warmest such value on record. The combined global land and ocean average surface temperature for December 2009 - February 2010 was the fifth warmest on record for the season, 0.57°C (1.03°F) above the 20th century average of 12.1°C (53.8°F). For the year to date, the combined global land and ocean surface temperature of 12.7°C (54.9°F) was the fifth warmest January-February period on record. Please Note: The data presented in this report are preliminary. ==global-temps-errata== Introduction Temperature anomalies for February 2010 and December 2009 - February 2010 are shown on the dot maps below. February The combined global land and ocean surface temperature for February 2010 was the sixth warmest February since records began in 1880.
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