Global Warming as a Piece of Music

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What does the changing climate sound like? It's an unusual question , but one that has now has at least one answer. University of Minnesota student Daniel Crawford, who turned climate change data from 1880 to 2012 into a musical composition.

Crawford used surface temperature data provided by NASA’s Goddard Institute of Space Studies and used data sonification to translate temperature records into musical notes.

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Very innovative and creative. We are sharing it at our facebook page. Check out our website's ecology section blueplanetjournal.com/ecology.html We would love to publish it there.

Written in July 2013

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