Weather, Climate and Global Warming

Citation:
Awange, Joseph L; Kyalo Kiema JB. "Weather, Climate and Global Warming.". 2013.

Abstract:

In order to fully appreciate the contribution of geoinformatics in monitoring climate change caused by increase in temperature, a distinction between weather and climate, on one hand, and climate variability and climate change, on the other hand, is essential. Burroughs (2007) points out that weather is what is happening to the atmosphere at any given time (i.e., what one gets), whereas climate is what would be expected to occur at any given time of the year based on statistics built up over many years (i.e., what one expects).

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