USA Today features Birkel and Climate Reanalyzer in article about temperature changes and climate change
USA Today featured the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer, an online tool that allows users to access global weather and climate data, and interviewed Sean Birkel, who developed and maintains the website, about the relationship between temperature and climate change. Birkel said that climate patterns cannot be established using one day’s data. “Anomaly values can vary significantly from day-to-day … depending on weather patterns. However, long-term warming trends are clear based on data going back several decades to more than a century,” Birkel said. Yahoo News shared the USA Today report.