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Nov 11, 2021 · The University of Arizona team created maps of global temperatures for each 200-year interval since the last ice age.

May 18, 2023 · For each year from 2023 to 2027, the global near-surface temperature is predicted to be between 1. Global Data Info. The rise of fossil-fueled economies over the past 200 years,.

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Averaging NASA and NOAA data, Climate Central’s analysis shows that 2021 was 1.

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Their findings, published in Nature, show that the annual global temperature today is the warmest.

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The smoothed model data – from the US National Center for Atmospheric Research’s CESM2 model – shown in red.

For each 200-year interval, we defined a normal probability density function (PDF) with a 1σ range of 4,000 years and a maximum cut-off range of 3σ (±12,000 years).

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