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January NOAANASA Global Temperatures NOAANASA January Global Temperatures Thomas R

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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures NOAA/NASA January 21, 2014 2013 Global Temperatures Thomas R. Karl Director EKE Gavin A. Schmidt Deputy Chief E^'/^^
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures 2013 Annual Temperature Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.58

Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.62 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.60 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.63
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures Temperature Time Series Comparison NASA / NOAA
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures December 2012 February 2013 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.49 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.52 Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.55 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.57
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures March May 2013 Anomaly (1951 80

base period ): 0.55 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.59 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.54 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.57
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures June August 2013 Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.57 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.62 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.58 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.61
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures September November 2013 Anomaly (1951 80 base period ): 0.64 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.68 NASA NOAA Anomaly (1951 80 base period

): 0.72 Anomaly (20 th Century average ): 0.74
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures NOAA/NASA Top Ten Years on Record Rank Year 51 80 Anomaly 1 (tie) 2010 0.67 1 (tie) 2005 0.66 2007 0.63 4 (tie) 2002 0.62 4 (tie) 1998 0.62 2003 0.61 7 (tie) 2013 0.60 7 (tie) 2009 0.60 7 (tie) 2006 0.60 10 2012 0.58 Rank Year 51 80 Anomaly 2010 0.62 2005 0.61 1998 0.59 4 (tie) 2003 0.58 4 (tie) 2013 0.58 2002 0.57 7 (tie) 2006 0.56 7 (tie) 2009 0.56 2007 0.55 10 2004 0.54 NASA NOAA
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January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures NOAA Warmest Years on Record

NOAA Year Among Warmest Five Years Among Warmest Ten Years 2010 Likely Very Likely 2005 Likely Very Likely 1998 Likely Very Likely 2003 More Likely than Not Very Likely 2013 More Likely than Not Likely 2002 More Unlikely than Likely Very Likely 2006 Unlikely Likely 2009 Unlikely Likely 2007 Unlikely Likely 2004 Unlikely More Likely than Not
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10 January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures Contiguous United States Temperature NASA / NOAA
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11 January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures Polar Sea Ice Extent Arctic in 2013: Average March extent: 5

th smallest on record Average Sept. extent : 6 th smallest on record much below normal throughout the year Antarctic in 2013: Average March extent: 2 nd largest on record Average Sept. extent: largest on record above normal to much above normal throughout the year Annual average sea ice extent: Arctic ( blue ) and Antarctic ( green Calculated from data processed at the National Snow & Ice Data Center NASA / NOAA
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12 January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures Sea Ice Concentration Trends 1978 2013 March September Calculated from data processed at the National Snow &

Ice Data Center Reds : Increasing Ice coverage over time Blues : Decreasing Ice coverage over time
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13 January 21, 2014 NOAA/NASA 2013 Global Temperatures NOAA/NASA Thomas R. Karl Director EKE January 21, 2014 Thank you Gavin A. Schmidt Deputy Chief E^'/^^ Questions?