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Kyle 75105.68Dolly 85Omar 115Gustav 135Paloma 125Hanna 75Ike 1252009Bill 115103.33Fred 105Ida 902010Alex 95Karl 110Shary 6597.912Danielle 115Lisa 75Tomas 85Earl 125Otto 75Igor 135Paula 90Julia 120Richard 852011Irene 105Philippe 8094.37Katia 120Rina 100Maria 70Nate 65Ophelia 1202012Chris 75Leslie 7084.510Ernesto 85Michael 100Gordon 95Nadine 80Isaac 70Rafael 80Kirk 90Sandy 1002013Humberto 8077.52Ingrid 752014Arthur 85Gonzalo 72588.36Bertha 70Cristobal 75Edourdo 105Fay 702015Danny 11098.84Fred 75Joaquin 135Kate 75
Page 4 from 10YearAtlantic Hurricane Name and Maximum WindSpeed of Each Hurricane (Knots)Avg. MaximumWind Speed of AllHurricanes (Knots)Total # of HurricanesTracked2016Alex 75Matthew 145Earl 75Nicole 125Gaston 105Otto 100Hermine 7098.57Average Surface Temperature Data (5 pts)The GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (GISTEMP) is an estimate of global surface temperatures. The data for average surface temperatures are deviations from the average temperatures measured between 1951-1980. Negative numbers indicate below average temperatures from that time period, while positive numbers indicate temperatures above the average. For example, in 2001 the average surface temperature was +54, which indicates mean annual temperature in 2001 was on average was 0.54 °C higher than between 1951 to 1980. Record the January-December (J-D) annual mean temperature from 2001 to 2016.The NASA surface temperature data is located at NASA. Scroll down to data under the heading: Combined Land-Surface Air and Sea-Surface Water Temperature Anomalies (Land-Ocean Temperature Index,LOTI). Global-mean monthly, seasonal, and annual means, 1880-present, updated through most recent monthSelect the TXT file link and record mean annual temperatures (J-D) in the table below.YearJanuary-DecemberTemperature Change (0.01°C)YearJanuary-December Temperature Change(0.01°C)2001+542009662002622010722003622011612004542012642005682013682006642014742007662015902008542016101Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Levels (5 pts)The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) monitors greenhouse gas levels around the world. A monitoring site at Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii has been recording carbon dioxide (CO2) level since the late 1950s. Go to the NOAA website.
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