NASA released data of climate modeling simulation results on Tuesday to help developing nations prepare for global warming. The results provide high resolution details of what our future climate may look like.
The NASA data is part of the Obama administration's effort to push climate adaptation policies forward at the same time as it works to cut harmful global warming emissions like carbon dioxide.
The data release should benefit developing countries. These nations are far more vulnerable to many climate impacts than industrialized countries, because they are less likely to anticipate and withstand effects like a rise in sea levels.
The NASA data includes information from 21 different computer models, including how temperature and precipitation patterns may shift depending on greenhouse gas emissions through 2100.
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