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Climate Change and Rutgers New Brunswick

A cross-disciplinary guide covering Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences, and Planning and Policy at Rutgers-New Brunswick.

Climate Change

Surface Air Temperature Increase 1960 to 2060

Video: Record-breaking climate trends in 2016 (NASA)

For centuries, atmospheric carbon dioxide had never been above 300ppm. The current level exceeds this threshold.

Climate change: How do we know? (NASA)

Carbon Dioxide Concentration in the Atmosphere as of December 2013 397.66 parts per million

Graphic: Carbon Dioxide Concentration (NASA)

Images courtesy of NASA.


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