NASA Climate Time Machine
Posted by LibeRaCe on January 20, 2009
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab have created a climate time machine that makes it easier to chart the changes in climate without all the graphs and charts. The Time Machine covers four climate indices: temperature, CO2 emissions, polar ice and sea level.
You can drag the timeline to show the changes in the Artic sea ice minimum from 1979 – 2007 or how the Earths temperature has varied between 1885 and 2007. The Climate Time Machine is part of the Global Climate Change website, which is full of excellent information.