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“Climate” Report = Things Are Not Great

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2015 was not only the warmest year on record,
. . . but also saw several other records broken,
. . . records that we didn’t really want to see broken

In addition:
. . . . . . greenhouse gases were highest on record,
. . . . . . global surface temperature was highest on record,
. . . . . . sea surface temperatures were highest on record,
. . . . . . the global upper ocean heat content was highest on record,  
. . . . . . the global sea level had risen to its highest level on record,
. . . . . . extremes were observed in the water cycle and precipitation levels;
. . . . . . the Arctic continued to warm,
. . . . . . the sea ice extend remained low;
. . . . . . global ice and snow cover declined; and
. . . . . . tropical cyclones were well above the average overall.

8-4-2016 Source:  “Climate” Report = Things Are Not Great


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