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WASHINGTON The world climate is not only continuing to warm, it adding heattrapping greenhouse gases faster, researchers said yesterday.



The global temperature has been warmer than the 20th century average every month for more than 25 years, they said at a teleconference.



indicators show unequivocally that the world continues to warm, Thomas R. Karl, director of the National Climatic Data Center, said in releasing the annual State of the Climate report for 2010.



is a clear and unmistakable signal from the top of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans, added Peter Thorne of the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, North Carolina State University.



Carbon dioxide increased by 2.60 parts designer black handbags on sale per million in the atmosphere in 2010, which is more than the average annual increase seen from 19802010, Karl added. Carbon dioxide is the major greenhouse gas accumulating in the air that atmospheric scientists blame for warming the climate.



The warmer conditions are consistent with events such as heat waves and extreme rainfall, Karl said at a teleconference. designer black handbags on sale However, it is more difficult to make a direct connection wi designer black handbags on sale th events such as tornado outbreaks, he said.



single weather event is driven by a number of factors, from local conditions to global climate patterns and trends. Climate change is one of these, he said. is very likely that largescale changes in climate, such as increased moisture in the atmosphere and warming temperatures, have influenced . . . many different types of extreme events, such as heavy rainfall, flooding, heat waves and droughts.



The report, being published by the American Meteorological Society, lists 2010 as tied with 2005 for the warmest year on record, according to studies by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and NASA. designer black handbags on sale

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