How Climate Change Affects Your Home: Two Videos for USA and Canada

Climate Atlas for USA: How will your home change? Part 2 // Published on Apr 12, 2018

Have you looked out the window lately?  You probably notice big changes in temperatures (highs, lows, averages), in precipitation (rain, snow, freezing rain), in storms (intensity, duration, frequency) and in the plants and animals around you.  Find out more about these changes, and see what climate projections say about the next decade, or two, or six for your home [USA].
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Climate Change Hitting Your Home: Part 1 // Published on Apr 11, 2018

How does climate change affect where you live?  How much will temperature increase (min, averages, max) in the next 10 years, 20 years, … , 50 years; where you live?  How much will rainfall change? How many days delay will there be for the first fall frost; how many days earlier will the last spring frost occur? Will climate be better for growing corn; how about for potatoes? I give you the tools to get insight into these changes.  Starting with Canada.

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Links for Climate Atlas, Prairie Climate Center, U.S. Climate AtlasEurope, and some on Asia (editor, dk)
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About paulbeckwith

Well known climate science educator; Part-time Geography professor (climatology, oceanography, environmental issues), University of Ottawa. Physicist. Engineer. Master's Degree in Science in Laser Optics, Bachelors of Engineering, in Engineering Physics. Won Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario gold medal. Also interested in investment and start-ups in climate solutions, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Avid chess player, and likes restoring old homes. Married with children.
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