degree Fahrenheit

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a degree on the Fahrenheit scale of temperature


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Average temperatures in the Canadian Arctic have increased about four-tenths of a degree Fahrenheit every 10 years since 1967.
Results indicated that the 70 and 90 degree Fahrenheit microclimate allowed quickened maturation and decomposition rate of the liver, as compared to the cooler 50 degree Fahrenheit environment.
Global temperatures rose approximately 1 degree Fahrenheit in the last century but are projected to rise from 3.
In July, sea-surface temperatures rose nearly 1 degree Fahrenheit above normal in the Pacific, with even higher readings to the east, the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center said Thursday.
Computer simulations show it would only reduce global temperatures by a tiny fraction of 1 degree Fahrenheit by 2050.