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FIGURE 2. Actual Consumption data: Table 1.3 on U.S. Energy Information Administration, Total Energy. Projection data U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2014.< /i>
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/07/04, Actual data through 2013)

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FIGURE 11. Data source: For 1976/01/05 to 2003/02/28 Physikalisch Meteorologisches Observatorium Davos, World Radiation Center and for 2003/03/01 to 2014/07/25. University of Colorado Solar Radiation & Climate Experiment. Data are matched using the 2003/03/01 to 2004/02/29 period.
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/08/16)

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FIGURE 12. Annual global surface temperature relative to 1951-1980 mean, Vertical bars at several points show estimated 95 percent confidence range. (Source GISS Temperature graph page.)
Also available in PDF. (Now with GHCN V3 & ERSST, Last modified: 2014/08/15, Data through July 2014 used)

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FIGURE 13. Global (land plus ocean) and global land and ocean surface temperatures relative to the 1951-1980 mean. The land-plus-ocean and land only graph are noisy because of weather variability. The bottom diagram is the Nino 3.4 index for tropical Pacific Ocean temperature. (Top and middle figures data from GISS Temperature pages.) Bottom figure data from NOAA Climate Prediction Center.)
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/08/16, Data through July 2014)

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FIGURE 14. Atmospheric carbon dioxide, in parts per million of air, at Mauna Loa. (Data from Tans et al., NOAA/ESRL web site,
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/09/13, Data through August 2014)
Annual change of CO2 for each month, i.e. change from previous January to this January etc. is given in PDF. (last modified: 2014/09/13). Global figure is at PDF. (last modified: 2014/09/13, data through July 2014)
Comparison of CO2 growth rate with the global surface temperature change and Nino index is given PDF. (last modified 2014/09/13)

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FIGURE 16. Fossil fuel emissions and the fraction that appears in the atmosphere. (Emissions data from Boden et al., ORNL/CDIAC's web site http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/meth_reg.html, and the fraction data are updates of Hansen and Sato, "Greenhouse Gas Growth Rates.)
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/08/29, Data through 2013)

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FIGURE 17. Annual carbon dioxide growth as observed through 2012 (recent data are from Ed Dlugokencky's ftp://ftp.cmdl.noaa.gov/ccg/co2/trends/co2_annmean_gl.txt), in IPCC (2001) scenarios and in the alternative scenario of Hansen et al. (2000).
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/06/10, Data through 2013)

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FIGURE 20. Warm season sea ice area in the Arctic and Antarctic. (Data from National Snow a nd Ice Data Center Web site, http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index.)
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/04/02) See sea ice area pages for more figures.

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Figure 21. See a temperature page for maps of seasonal mean temperature anomalies.

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FIGURE 24. Cumulative per capita carbon dioxide emissions. (Data sources are Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and British Petroleum.)
(Last modified: 2013/08/29) See emissions pages for more figures.

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FIGURE 25. Fossil fuel emissions by fuel type for the world and Japan. (Data sources are Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and British Petroleum.)
(Last modified: 2014/08/29, Data through 2013)

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FIGURE 27. Current and cumulative fossil fuel carbon dioxide emissions. (Data sources are Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and British Petroleum.)
Also available in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/08/25)

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FIGURE 28. Fossil fuel emissions by fuel type for the United States and China. (Data sources are Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and British Petroleum.) (Last modified: 2014/08/29, Data through 2013)