Study: Climate change everywhere must be uniform… otherwise it’s unfair, or people won’t get it, or something…

Science Daily reports:

Some of the hottest days and coldest nights in parts of Europe have warmed more than four times the global average change since 1950, according to a new paper by researchers from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the University of Warwick, which is published today (11 September 2013) in the journal Environmental Research Letters.

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3 thoughts on “Study: Climate change everywhere must be uniform… otherwise it’s unfair, or people won’t get it, or something…”

  1. I’m betting that every blessed thermometer that was working in Europe in 1950 finds itself surrounded by a LOT more people in 2013.
    UHI if I ever saw one.

  2. If global average temps are up 0.7C (a debatable point but allowing ad arguem), and if some hot days and cold nights are (gasp!) as much as 2.8C above or below the average high or low accordingly, then — those temps are a lot less variable than Billings gets every darn year.
    The extreme temps are almost sure to be more so than the shift in averages. It’s what “outlier” means.

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