By the end of the century, average temperatures will rise regardless of our emissions output: In the US, 4.5 degrees F (2°C) in a low emissions scenario, as seen on the left, versus 8 degrees F (4°C) in a high emissions scenario, shown on the right. Image: NASA.
NASA: Climate change thins forests in eastern U.S.
Climate Change Online Lab - Lesson Plan - In this activity, students will learn about Earth’s climate vital signs. They will use NASA’s Climate Change website to learn about the factors that scientists use to understand changes in our climate.
Top American Climatologist, an expert in climate modeling, exposes the fallacy that current climate models provide a realistic or reliable prediction of future climate change. In a 1-2-3 step guide to disposing of the global warming debate Dr. Duane Thresher says successful modeling with modern computers is