The Basics of Climate Prediction

I’ve recommended RealClimate before, as a (sometimes technical) source for information on climate change and what to make of Michael Crichton, non-scientist, being invited by Senator Inhofe to advise on the science of climate change.

Now they’ve recommended an interactive site, The Basics of Climate Prediction for making sense of climate predictions. You can also see 2050 and 2100 temperature predictions for North America, Europe, South Africa, and Australia/New Zealand. Europe in particular faces dramatic temperature changes.

At the end there is homework. We face hard choices, they say, at all levels from individual to government.

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