Images tell a story on NASA’s Climate Time Machine

Changes in the earth’s sea ice, sea level, carbon dioxide and global temperature are depicted in time-lapse images on NASA’s Global Climate Change website. I would say that the images are chilling, but it’s quite the opposite. Taking a closer look at the Global Temperature maps, from 1884 to 2014, the color coded maps graphically illustrate rising world temperatures around the globe. The interactive website allows you to use the slider beneath each set of images and scroll through changes over time.  Examine the changes in your lifetime.  Changes have been most dramatic in the past 20 years. What will the next 20 years look like? > NASA’s Climate Time Machine

NASA Global Climate Change

Screen shot from NASA’s Climate Time Machine

More information from NASA’s Global Climate Change:
Global warming trend > Causes