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Regional Climate Change Portal Opens for Traffic

www.seagrant.umn.edu/climate

More gardening. Fewer snowmen. Torrential rains, but, oh, those warm summer nights. Learn what hard data and predictive models suggest about the future of the Lake Superior region and Minnesota’s aquatic resources through Minnesota Sea Grant's Web site. Our Climate Change Portal offers accurate regional information and links to technical and popular resources on a subject that's almost too hot to handle.

Cool content good climate sleuths are bound to spy:

Climate Intel – Popular, Smart, Now
Read, watch, and listen to current information about regional climate change. There’s a Sea Grant Climate Newsroom and links to radio shows and videos.

Climate Change and Lake Superior
This section includes reports of diminishing ice cover, increasing wind speeds, earlier summer stratification, and climate predictions for Lake Superior’s future.

Peer-reviewed Literature from the Annals of Science
Links to featured technical resources are sorted by author and year.

Expect the Unexpected: Cold Snaps, Heat Waves, and Extreme Weather
Climate averages and climate variability (the range of possible outcomes) are not the same. Find out what it means for the future.

Calculate Your Carbon Footprint
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions is something anyone can do.


By Sea Grant Staff
March 2010

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