The Climate Consequences Project
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Bonnie Peterson
             

Drakes Bay Quadrangle, 27 x 23

Double Pt Quadrangle, 27 x 21

Santa Cruz Island Quadrangle, 27 x 21
   

Pt Reyes National Seashore, 17 x 24"
 
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Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago

The Climate Consequences Project

Climate warming variables are complex and dynamic. The spider webs in these works connect Earth's future temperature scenarios with the consequences of warming.

Atmospheric, oceanic, polar and land climate data reported by collection instruments such as satellites and ocean floats were published by the WMO State of the Climate, Global Carbon Atlas & Budget, Carbon Brief, NOAA Arctic Report Card, Ocean Health Index, European Environment Agency, NASA Sea Level Change Program, and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Report 6. I created this work while hiking at Pt Reyes National Seashore where this topo map is located. Click on each image for more information.

This work was supported by the Lucid Art Foundation, The Puffin Foundation, Ltd, & Michigan Arts & Culture Council.

 
             
   

Global Mean Temperature Increase, 8" x 40-80"

Arctic Amplification & Fire Acres, 8" x 58"
 
       

Finlandia University, Hancock, MI
 
             
       

NCEAS Santa Barbara
       
   

Natural Consequences Vertical, 27 x 23
   

Natural Consequences, 30 x 44

Natural Consequences, 24 x 36
Natural Consequences,
Pencil, 18 x 24

Natural Consequences, 9 x 60
           
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"...reflecting the chaos, density, disorientation and exhaustion in climate change consequences"

"...we know stuff but until we get data its less meaningful"

"... hopeful because it shows how much science is going on"