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 {{ :​blog:​yearlysurfacetempanom1880-2010_noaa.jpg?​400|}}//​The “pause” in global warming observed since 2000 followed a period of rapid acceleration in the late 20th century. Starting in the mid-1970s, global temperatures rose 0.5 °C over a period of 25 years. Since the turn of the century, however, the change in Earth’s global mean surface temperature has been close to zero. Yet despite the halt in acceleration,​ each of the last three decades has been successively warmer at the Earth’s surface than any preceding decade since 1850.// {{ :​blog:​yearlysurfacetempanom1880-2010_noaa.jpg?​400|}}//​The “pause” in global warming observed since 2000 followed a period of rapid acceleration in the late 20th century. Starting in the mid-1970s, global temperatures rose 0.5 °C over a period of 25 years. Since the turn of the century, however, the change in Earth’s global mean surface temperature has been close to zero. Yet despite the halt in acceleration,​ each of the last three decades has been successively warmer at the Earth’s surface than any preceding decade since 1850.//
  
-**Frågorna blir givetvis om det inte var natural climate cycles som  +**Frågorna blir givetvis om det inte var "natural climate cycles" ​som**  
-orsakade temperaturhöjningen 1980-2000  +  * **orsakade temperaturhöjningen 1980-2000**  
-gjorde att temperaturen inte steg mellan 1940-1980  +  * **gjorde att temperaturen inte steg mellan 1940-1980**  
-gjorde att den steg 1910-1940**+  * **gjorde att den steg 1910-1940**
  
 //During the last decade, a longer than usual solar minimum cycle, several volcanic eruptions, and relatively low amounts of water vapor in the stratosphere may have helped cool the atmosphere temporarily. But recent research suggests that the Earth’s natural climate variability—natural,​ short-term fluctuations in the climate system that occur on a year-to-year basis or longer—may have played the most pivotal role of all by transferring excess heat from the Earth’s surface into the deep ocean.// //During the last decade, a longer than usual solar minimum cycle, several volcanic eruptions, and relatively low amounts of water vapor in the stratosphere may have helped cool the atmosphere temporarily. But recent research suggests that the Earth’s natural climate variability—natural,​ short-term fluctuations in the climate system that occur on a year-to-year basis or longer—may have played the most pivotal role of all by transferring excess heat from the Earth’s surface into the deep ocean.//
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