NewEnergyNews: Reading The Climate Stripes

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    Friday, June 28, 2019

    Reading The Climate Stripes

    The chart that defines our warming world

    Jonathon Amos, 21 June 2019 (BBC News)

    “…[Reading University Professor Ed Hawkins’ #ShowYourStripes is intended] to communicate the issues around climate change…and to start conversations that might lead to solutions…People have been turning these patterns into wearable garments - ties, dresses, jumpers, and leggings. Someone in Minnesota in the US has even painted their Tesla electric car in the stripes…[The stripes] highlight some interesting features that might otherwise be missed in a different rendering of global data…[T]he regions do not warm in unison…

    …[For 1940s Europe,] there is a strong band of blue compared with the rest of the world…This is quite a well-studied period that was probably linked to a large El Niño event - the climate cycle associated with shifting pressure patterns and a weakening of the trade winds in the Pacific...The world warmed, apart from Europe which had a deep cold spell. And it probably had an impact on the outcome of WWII. The harsh winters at the time frustrated Hitler's armies as they invaded the Soviet Union.” click here for more

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