Google climate map offers a glimpse of a 4C world

Interactive tool layering climate data over Google Earth maps shows the impact of an average global temperature rise of 4C

A new interactive Google Earth map showing the impacts of a 4°C world

Think it’s hot this summer? Wait until you see Google’s simulation of a world with an average global temperature rise of 4C. Using a map that was first launched by the former Labour administration in October 2009, the coalition government has taken temperature data from the Met Office Hadley Centre and other climate research centres and imposed it on to a Google Earth layer.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/blog/2010/jul/14/google-climate-data

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