Saturday, December 05, 2015

Mapping Climate Change in South Africa

Climatracker shows how global warming is likely to affect temperature and rainfall in South Africa.

The map includes two animated choropleth layers; one showing past and future temperatures and the other showing past and future precipitation in South Africa. The map also includes a number of reports into the observable affect and the likely future affect of climate change on the country.

The data for the timeline choropleth layers come from a climate model generated by South Africa’s Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The timeline shows the data predicted by the model from 1971 to 2099.

Via: Visualoop

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