26 Mar '12, 1pm

Earth Warming Faster Than Expected: By 2050, global average temperature could be between 1.4°C and 3°C warmer th...

Earth Warming Faster Than Expected: By 2050, global average temperature could be between 1.4°C and 3°C warmer th...

RELATED ARTICLES Like it or not, uncertainty and climate change go hand in hand December 4, 2007 04:32 PM NASA Confirms Man's role in Global Warming January 31, 2012 06:52 AM Climate Models and Warming August 4, 2010 03:16 PM Climate and Global Radiation Balance December 7, 2011 10:33 AM /climate/article/44179 By 2050, global average temperature could be between 1.4°C and 3°C warmer than it was just a couple of decades ago, according to a new study that seeks to address the largest sources of uncertainty in current climate models. That's substantially higher than estimates produced by other climate analyses, suggesting that Earth's climate could warm much more quickly than previously thought. ADVERTISEMENT Many factors affect global and regional climate, including planet-warming "greenhouse" gases, solar activity, light-scattering atmospheric pollutants, and heat transfer ...

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