A Planetary Perspective

Changes to the Earth’s surface using 40 Years of satellite images.

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  • TheBrett

    I think the embed didn’t work.

    It’s totally perverse and wrong, considering how much damage it will do to our civilization, but . . . part of me wants to see what the warmer world will be like. I’m fascinated by the Early Cretaceous, with its higher sea levels, lack of ice, warm temperate climates in the far north and polar forests in Antarctica.

  • http://markcnewton.com Mark Newton

    Fixed – thanks.

    I know what you mean about that. There probably won’t be as many humans around – or at least, they won’t be enjoying anywhere near the qualities of life that we currently do, particularly in the Global South, with food shortages, extreme weather events and so on.