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UMaine’s Climate Reanalyzer Data Cited in Christian Science Monitor Article

The Christian Science Monitor cited data from the University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute in the article “Global Warming? Public attitudes often at mercy of the weather, study finds.” The article stated when much of North America had unusually cold weather, other areas such as the West Coast of the United States, eastern Asia and northern Europe experienced temperatures 5 to 30 degrees Fahrenheit above normal, according to UMaine’s Climate Reanalyzer. The Climate Reanalyzer is a climate analysis and visualization project.

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