NASA’s Climate Kids :: What do all these graphs mean?

#Climate science isn't rocket science. Here's how everyone can understand it:  #EarthRightNow

  • The higher the line goes, the more carbon dioxide there was.
  • Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas.
  • Graphs are a great way to take lots of information and make a picture out of it.
  • Now we can look at the actual information on the graph.
  • The graph shows that the amount of carbon dioxide in the air in Hawaii has been slowly and steadily increasing for the last 45 years.

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@NASAClimate: “#Climate science isn’t rocket science. Here’s how everyone can understand it: #EarthRightNow”


When we talk about climate change, we use lots of information, or data. We look at the temperature at different places around the world. We pay attention to the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. We think about storms and sea level rise. How do we show all this information so everyone can understand it?


NASA’s Climate Kids :: What do all these graphs mean?

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