Overzicht van Climate
We've been creating visualizations based on different sets of climate data since we started. We've combined all the well known ones in different versions for this case. The charts will be updated when new data comes in.
Since the year 812 people in Japan have recorded the first day in the year the Cherry Blossom was in full bloom in Kyoto. Based on this record you can see some of the local climate effects.
Now 2017 has finished we publish all climate data reports for that year as soon as the data comes in. 2016 was a record in all series, 2017 probably will be in the top 3 in all.
In most climate data sets 2015 was the hottest year on record. 2016 already showed a lot of record breaking months. So will 2016 also break the record again? We publish the data as soon as the sets are released.
FUN - In a conversation with our daughter the question rose if you could feel the climate change. We explained the changes are very slow and you need a lot of data to actually measure it.
Well... can't you feel the data somehow?
DATA VAN DE DAG - The combination of global warming and the current El Nino seem to lead to new temperature records for Februari 2016. Now even the satellite series are reporting records, we show them all.
DATA VAN DE DAG - Records were broken last year. But with El Nino still strong, more temperature records will be set this year. And January is the first month doing so.
DATA VAN DE DAG - The world has been warming for some time now. But due to a strong El Nino the warming in 2015 and 2016 will be even higher. How much higher? We show the graphs from the five major surface based measurements sets.
DATA VAN DE DAG - In the weekend of the 28th and 29th of November 2015 in more than 2000 cities worldwide people marched to ask for more action to prevent climate change, just before the Climate Change conference in Paris, COP21, started.