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Climate is an average of the long-term weather

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Number of words in this Tutorial: 3744
Posted On: 03/13/2016 06:52 AM
Posted By: solutionshere
Tutorial Preview …Peltier, x Rahmstorf, x Ramesh, D xxxxxxxx D Rind, x Solomina, x xxxxxxxxx and x Zhang Author: xxxxxxxxxxx Wikimedia CommonsLicense: xxxxxx DomainThe xxxxxxx xxxxx we xxxx focus on xxx this lab xx the xxxxxx xx sea xxx coverageon the xxxxx and South xxxxx ice xxxxxx xxxx is xx easy proxy xx assess from xxxxxxxxx images xxx xx measured xx the size xx the ice xxxxx in xxxxxxx xxxxxx kilometers xxxx proxy isn’t x perfect indicator xx global xxxxxxx xxxxxxx but xx is easy xxxxxxxxxxxx that a xxxxxxx of xxx xxxxx is xxxxxx to cause x decrease in xxx amountof xxx xx the xxxxx and thus x decrease in xxx ice xxxxxxx xxxxx a xxxxxxx event willcause xx increase in xxx production xxx xxxxxx is xxxxxx the amount xx geographicarea covered xx a xxxxxxx xx measured xxxx satellites There xx debate surrounding xxx interpretation xx xxxxxxxxxx proxies xxx theresulting climate xxxxxxxx which largely xxxxx from xxx xxxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxx aspects of xxxxxxx change This xxxxxxx lab xxx xxxxxxxxxxx following x discussionwith a xxxxxxx regarding the xxxxxxxxxxx presented xx xxxxxxx climate xxxxxxxx Thediscussion focused xx how scientific xxxx is xxxxxxxxx xx the xxxxxx and how xxxxxxxx make conclusions xxxxx on xxxxxxxxx xxxx In xxxxxxxxxxx informationthat we xxx presented with xx is xxxxxxxxx xx consider xx the source xx the data, xxxxx the xxxx xxx collected, xx how the xxxx is presented, xxxx most xxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxx are xxx reasonable conclusions xxx should make xxxx the xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx the xxxxxxxx expressed alongside xx the data xxxx | xxx xxxxxxxxxxxx GeologyClimate xxxxxxx 4 Lab xxxxxxxxxx with Chapter xx you xxxx xx expected xx input your xxxxxxx to this xxx in xxxxxxx xxxx There xxxx be a xxxxxx of multiple-choice xxxxxxxxxx but xxx xxx majorityof xxx lab you xxxx write your xxxxxxx in xxx xxxxxxxx text xxx This allows xxx toshow your xxxx in xxx xxxxxxxxx requiring xxxxxxxxxxxx as well xx allowing you xxxxxxxx open-ended xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx with xxxxxxxx sentences You xxxx be expected xx use xxxxxxx xxxxxxx and xxxxxxxx sentences in xxxx answers MaterialsAll xx the xxxx xxxxxxxx in xxx lab comes xxxx the National xxxx and xxx xxxx Center xxxxxxxx housed at xxx University of xxxxxxxx The xxxx xxxxxxxxx inthis xxx can be xxxxxx downloaded from xxxx at xxxxx xxx The xxxxxxxx discussionwas focused xx a widely xxxxxxxxxx though xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx entitled xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Ice for xxxxx 2010 Significantly xxxxxxx Than xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx in xxxxx 2010(climatechangehoax com) xxx the dataset xxxxxxxxx in xxxx xxxxxxx as xxxx as thefollowing xxxxxxxxx do the xxxxxxxxx before xxxxxxxxx xxxx set xx questions: graphthe xxxxx connect the xxxx points xx xxxxxx see xxx pattern through xxxxx estimatethe best xxx line, xxx xxxxxxxxx the xxxxx of the xxxx fit line xxxx sure xx xxxxx aboutthe xxxx before you xxxxxxxx the line xx best xxx xx that xxxx line falls xxxxxx the dataand xx consistent xxxx xxx trend xx the data xx example of xxxx process xx xxxxxxx Figure x 6 Page x 128 Introductory xxxxxxxxxxxxxx ChangeFigure x x | xxxxx needed to xxxxxxx the ice xxxxxx data xx xxxxxxxxx patterns: xxxxx a line xx best fit,and xxxxxxxxx the xxxxx xx that xxxx Author: Bradley xxxxxxxxxxxxx Original WorkLicense: xx BY-SA x xxxxx A xxx Original DataFirst, xx want to xxxx a xxxxxx xxxx at xxx data presented xx the original xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sea xxx xxx March xxxx Significantly Greater xxxx 1980”) and xxxxxxxxx thedata xxxx xxxx to xxxx the article, xxx it isn’t xxxxxx to xxxxxxxx xxx assignment xxxxxxxxxxxx the patterns xx is presenting xxx data, xxxxx xx included xx the left xxxxx graph below, xx the xxxxxx xx Antarctic xxx ice in xxxxxxxx of square xxxxxxxxxxxx measured xx xxxxx of xxxx and 2010 xxxx data is xxxxxxxx and xx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx | xxx Introductory GeologyClimate xxxxxxxxxx data that xxx be xxxxxxxxxx xxxx NSIDC xx do this, xxxxxx the instructionsin xxxxxx 6 x xx this xxxxx steps two xxx three are xxx same xxx xxx can xxxxxx calculate slope xxxxx the original xxxx 1 xxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx on xxx data provided xxx your graph, xxxx conclusion xxxxxxxx xxxx regarding xxxxxxx change?a Sea xxx is expanding, xxxxx indicates xx xxxxxxxx in xxxxxxxxxxxx Sea ice xx expanding, which xxxxxxxxx a xxxxxxxx xx temperaturec xxx ice is xxxxxxxxxxxx which indicates xx increase xx xxxxxxxxxxxx Sea xxx is contracting, xxxxx indicates a xxxxxxxx in xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxx is xxxxx of the xxxx of best xxx for xxxx xxxxxx 0 xxx million square xxxxxxxxxx per yearb x 05 xxxxxxx xxxxxx kilometers xxx yearc -0 xx million square xxxxxxxxxx per xxxxx x 017 xxxxxxx square kilometers xxx yeare -0 xx million xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx per xxxxx 0 033 xxxxxxx square kilometer xxx…
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