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Climate experts from NOAA and NASA will announce new data on 2013 global temperatures during a media teleconference at 1:30 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
The scientists also will discuss 2013's most important weather and climate events. NOAA and NASA independently produce a record of Earth's surface temperatures and changes based on historical observations over oceans and land.
Consistency between the two independent analyses, as well as analyses produced by other countries, increases confidence in the accuracy of such data, the assessment of the data, and resulting conclusions. These analyses provide government and business leaders with critical information.
The NOAA and NASA 2013 global temperature analyses will be issued 90 minutes before the start of the teleconference (NOAA report, NASA release). A slide set to accompany the presentations will also be available prior to the call at http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/briefings/.
The teleconference panelists are:
The briefing also will be streamed live at: http://www.nasa.gov/newsaudio
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Posted: January 16, 2014