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3 - a changing climate

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On July 21 1983, scientists at Vostok research station recorded a temperature of -89.2°C, the coldest temperature ever recorded anywhere.

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the climate today

 

the climate of the past

 

the climate of the future

 

Rising seas

Meltdown

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