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blomster invid dansbanan, 2001
dansbaneblomster en gynnsam odling år 2001

högsommar år 2003
högsommar och smultron på gården år 2003

solparasoll sommaren 2002
Någon hade ett blått parasoll sommaren 2002

Observatorielunden 31 dec 2010 Kentauren vid nyår

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Det föll mycket snö 29 dec 2001
Rikligt med snö i Stockholm december 2001

 också mycket snö 2010
mycket snö 2010 också

Båghuset på Drottninggatan i örebro
Bodde 1962 i Båghuset Drottninggatan Örebro

isig vinter 2010 - 2011

Scientists have reviewed almost two decades of satellite data to build a new map showing the trend in sea levels. Globally, the oceans are rising, but there have been major regional differences over the period. A major reassessment of 18 years of satellite observations has provided a new, more detailed view of sea-level change around the world. Incorporating the data from a number of spacecraft, the study re-affirms that ocean waters globally are rising by just over 3mm/yr. But that figure, according to the reassessment, hides some very big regional differences - up and down. The Philippine Sea , for example, has seen increases in excess of 10mm/yr.

nya glasögon den 15 aug 2014