NOAA/NASA  2012 Global TemperaturesJames E. Hansen                                                 Thomas R. KarlDirector,...
2012 Annual Temperature        NASA                                                     NOAA                              ...
December 2011 – February 2012       NASA                                                      NOAA                        ...
March – May 2012       NASA                                                      NOAA                                     ...
June – August 2012        NASA                                                     NOAA                                   ...
September – November 2012        NASA                                                     NOAA                            ...
Northern Hemisphere Land Summer Temperature Anomalies NASA                                        All Stations            ...
Warmest Year on Record for the Continental U.S.   NOAA• 3.25F above 20th Century average                                  ...
U.S. Drought of 2012        NOAA                                                                                          ...
NOAA/NASA  Thank you                            Questions?James E. Hansen                                                 ...
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  1. NOAA/NASA 2012 Global TemperaturesJames E. Hansen Thomas R. KarlDirector, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies Director, NOAA’s National Climatic Data CenterJanuary 15, 2013 1 January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures
  2. 2012 Annual Temperature NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951-80 base period): 0.53°C Anomaly (20th Century average): 0.57°C January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 2
  3. December 2011 – February 2012 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951-80 base period): 0.38°C Anomaly (20th Century average): 0.41°C January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 3
  4. March – May 2012 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951-80 base period): 0.56°C Anomaly (20th Century average): 0.61°C January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 4
  5. June – August 2012 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951-80 base period): 0.58°C Anomaly (20th Century average): 0.64°C January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 5
  6. September – November 2012 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951-80 base period): 0.62°C Anomaly (20th Century average): 0.66°C January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 6
  7. Northern Hemisphere Land Summer Temperature Anomalies NASA All Stations Limited Stations January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 7
  8. Warmest Year on Record for the Continental U.S. NOAA• 3.25F above 20th Century average 2012: 55.32F 1998: 54.32F 2006: 54.30F 1934: 54.13F 1999: 53.93F 1903: 50.74F 1924: 50.63F 1912: 50.34F 1895: 50.54F 1917: 50.11F January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 8
  9. U.S. Drought of 2012 NOAA IllinoisFrom MODIS data. Karl et al, 2012 EOSCourtesy of I. Becker-Reshef, E. Vermote, M. Claverie and C.Justice, University of Maryland. 9 January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures 9
  10. NOAA/NASA Thank you Questions?James E. Hansen Thomas R. KarlDirector, NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies Director, NOAA’s National Climatic Data CenterJanuary 15, 2013 10 January 15, 2013 NOAA/NASA 2012 Global Temperatures
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