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The '''average earth temperature''' (about 50° Fahrenheit) is useful in determining whether [[Global Warming]] is occurring. [[Meteorology|Meteorologists]] find it through measuring the heat in the [[ocean]]s, [[atmosphere]], as well as different places on the land. Primarily  satellites are used today.
 
The '''average earth temperature''' (about 50° Fahrenheit) is useful in determining whether [[Global Warming]] is occurring. [[Meteorology|Meteorologists]] find it through measuring the heat in the [[ocean]]s, [[atmosphere]], as well as different places on the land. Primarily  satellites are used today.
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Revision as of 11:09, 23 May 2008

The average earth temperature (about 50° Fahrenheit) is useful in determining whether Global Warming is occurring. Meteorologists find it through measuring the heat in the oceans, atmosphere, as well as different places on the land. Primarily satellites are used today.