80% of climate data is digitized

Cotton field in Tajikistan. How climate change is affecting the country here. (Photo by Oxfam.)


To better understand what is happening with the climate — whether global warming is a natural variation, — be aware of the recent past. However, staff at the University Rovira i Virgili, and (Spain) with the help of colleagues found that the scientific community can analyze only 20% of the collected material: others have not yet digitized and made public.

Some data on the climate in Europe date back to the XVII century. On other continents — especially in Africa

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