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Global change

Global change

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Global change

globalchange.gov (@usgcrp).

global change
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If your like me then you are a little worried abut climate change, here is a little information regarding the rise in temperature and references below. I hope you find this interesting and thought provoking. 

globalchange.gov (@usgcrp).

globalchange.gov (@usgcrp) Tweeted: Ocean and coastal temps along the Northeast Continental Shelf have warmed by 0.06°F per year over the period 1982–2016 which is 3x faster than the 1982–2013 global average rate of 0.018°F per year. #NCA4 Learn more: https://t.co/JZZWMrPV7H https://t.co/dotnF1WtKa https://twitter.com/usgcrp/status/1262384696597626881?s=20

 Change in Sea Surface Temperature on the Northeast Continental Shelf.

globalchange.gov (@usgcrp)

The figure shows annual average sea surface temperature (SST) differences from the 1982–2011 average (black dots and line). Over the period 1982–2016, sea surface temperature on the Northeast Continental Shelf has warmed at a rate of 0.06°F (0.033°C) per year (red dashed line).

This rate is three times faster than the 1982–2013 global SST warming rate of 0.018°F (0.01°C) per year (gray dotted line).39 The inset shows Northeast Continental Shelf seasonal SST differences from the 1982–2011 average as five-year rolling means for summer (July, August, September; red line) and winter (January, February, March; blue line).

These seasons are centered on the warmest (summer) and coolest (winter) months for Northeast Shelf SSTs. Both seasons have warmed over the time period, but the summer warming rate has been stronger. Source: Gulf of Maine Research Institute.

ref: Pershing, A. J., M. A. Alexander, C. M. Hernandez, L. A. Kerr, A. Le Bris, K. E. Mills, J. A. Nye, N. R. Record, H. A. Scannell, J. D. Scott, G. D. Sherwood, and A. C. Thomas, 2015: Slow adaptation in the face of rapid warming leads to collapse of the Gulf of Maine cod fishery. Science350 (6262), 809–812. doi:10.1126/science.aac9819.

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