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Is it climate change, climate variability or just weird weather?
Karen Raucheron 24 July 2013
Transcript of Is it climate change, climate variability or just weird weather?
More frequent, more intense tropical cyclones
More frequent, more prolonged heat wave
More frequent, more intense droughts
For More extreme weather variability information:
So, what does this mean for you utility?
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Our changing climate and the water cycle
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Year 1 - Day 360
Year 2 - Day 360
Earth's climate depends upon greenhouse gases (GHGs)
Historical Boundaries of CO2 Concentrations
To find out more about the difference between weird weather, climate variability and climate change see:
US Global Change Research Program
NOAA Climate portal
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society State of the Climate report for 2009
What is Weird Weather?
Climate = Historical Bounds of weather variability
Recent CO2 Concentration & Temperature Measurements
Is it Weird Weather?
Normal variations in climate
Is our climate changing?
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Introduction & Overview