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In the last 100 years, global average surface temperatures have risen by 0.74˚C. 最後の 100 年では、全体的な平均表面温度は 0.74˚C. によって上がった。. The rate of warming has doubled from the previous century. 暖まる率は前の世紀から倍増した。. 11 of the 12 warmest years dating from 1850 have occurred since 1995.

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In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c

In the last 100 years, global average surface temperatures have risen by 0.74C.


100 0 74 c

1000.74C.


The rate of warming has doubled from the previous century

The rate of warming has doubled from the previous century.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


11 of the 12 warmest years dating from 1850 have occurred since 1995

11 of the 12 warmest years dating from 1850 have occurred since 1995.


1850 12 11 1995

1850 12111995


Land regions have warmed faster than oceans

Land regions have warmed faster than oceans.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


Northern latitudes have warmed faster than tropics

Northern latitudes have warmed faster than tropics.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c

Winter temperatures are increasing faster than the summer temperatures which greatly affects whether precipitation falls as snow or rain.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c

The frost-free period in mid to high latitude regions is increasing leading to earlier peak runoff and warming of lakes and streams.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c

Arctic sea ice has shrunk up to 39% below the long-term average and continental snow and ice is declining.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c

39%


More precipitation is falling as rain and less as snow

More precipitation is falling as rain and less as snow.


In the last 100 years global average surface temperatures have risen by 0 74 c


Sea levels have risen an average of 3 1 mm a year from 1993 2003

Sea levels have risen an average of 3.1 mm a year from 1993-2003.


1993 2003 3 1 mm

1993-20033.1 mm


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