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In the maps linked below, each isotherm represents a 2 C difference. So a global rise of 2 C would be equivalent to a 100-200 km or so shift towards the equator, for a given location. Or nearly equivalent to the temperature difference in the center of a major city compared to its suburbs.

http://solargis.info/doc/_pics/SolarGIS-iMaps--World-air-tem...

http://solargis.info/doc/_pics/SolarGIS-iMaps--World-air-tem...




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