Global temperature anomalies 2002-2006

Global temperature anomalies 2002-2006

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Caption: Global temperature anomalies. Illustration showing five-year average global temperature anomalies from 2002 to 2006. The scale runs from dark red, indicating areas warmer than average, to dark blue, indicating areas colder than average. Asia and the Arctic are much warmer than average. 2005 was the warmest year since records began. These global rises in temperature could melt the polar ice caps and cause severe drought in some areas.

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