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Using visualization to start climate conversations

  1. 1. USING VISUALIZATION TO START CLIMATE CONVERSATIONS Zachary Labe Climate Scientist at NOAA GFDL & Princeton University zachary.labe@noaa.gov IEEE Vis – 17 October 2022 – #Viz4Climate Workshop
  2. 2. RESEARCHER Climate signal vs. weather noise @ZLabe COMMUNICATOR RESEARCHER Arctic climate change STORYTELLER Simple, bold data visualization ZACHARY LABE Climate Scientist at NOAA GFDL & Princeton University zachary.labe@noaa.gov
  3. 3. The Arctic is warming more than 3 times faster than the global average!
  4. 4. NOW Start of satellite-era
  5. 5. DATA VISUALIZATION IS STORY-TELLING. Arctic temperature anomalies from 1950 to 2021
  6. 6. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMMUNICATE.
  7. 7. 2016 Average
  8. 8. THE CLIMATE IS CHANGING IN REAL-TIME. Considering a global view of temperatures relative to average – placing weather in the context of climate
  9. 9. THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO SHARE STORIES.
  10. 10. [International Arctic Research Center [IARC; University of Alaska, Fairbanks]
  11. 11. START A CONVERSATION.
  12. 12. NASA Visualization of Global Carbon Dioxide Helen-Nicole Kostis, Andrew J Christensen, Mark SubbaRao, Greg Shirah, Horace Mitchell Scientific Visualization Studio, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  13. 13. NASA Visualization of Global Carbon Dioxide Helen-Nicole Kostis, Andrew J Christensen, Mark SubbaRao, Greg Shirah, Horace Mitchell Scientific Visualization Studio, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  14. 14. Sharing climate change and extreme events in real-time. Supporting climate resilience and environmental justice. Identifying climate impacts with data-driven visualizations. Using a diversity of voices to communicate. @ZLabe Questions! Zachary Labe | 17 October 2022 | zachary.labe@noaa.gov

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