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Researchers create means to monitor anthropogenic global warming in real time


July 18, 2016

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A research team simulated in a computer model for the first time, the realistic evolution of global mean-surface temperature since 1900. The researchers also created a new method by which scientists can measure and monitor the pace of anthropogenic global warming, finding that the contribution of human activities to warming in the surface waters of the Pacific Ocean can be distinguished from natural variability.Full Story

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University of California, San Diego

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