Posted on December 8th, 2015

Apollo News Snippets – December 2015

201510_LandOceanTempDepartureThe October 2015 NOAA temperature departure from average map. Australia is particularly warm on this map with pockets of cold over southern South America, western Russia and northern Europe.
  • The October 2015 NOAA global climate report confirms that the record temperature trend continues for a sixth month in a row. October 2015 was the warmest month on record and also the highest departure from average in the 1,630 months on record. The October temperature is now increasing at an average rate of 0.11 degrees Fahrenheit per decade. I put the chances of a seventh record warmth month in a row as high for November, stay tuned until then…
  • Christmas is upon us so in honor of the season of giving, my Google search for the month was, “GIS and gifts.” And well this is not exactly in line with my usual Snippet where I introduce you to a research paper that uses GIS in the study, it is still awesome, I promise J If you have a true GIS geek you need get a gift for, what could be better than one of these GISNuts shirts?!

Brock Adam McCarty
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