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December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
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