GISS

AcronymDefinition
GISSGoddard Institute for Space Studies
GISSGeographic Information System Specialist
GISSGone in Sixty Seconds (movie)
GISSGerencia de Informática de la Seguridad Social (Social Security Department for Information Technology Management; Spain)
GISSGlobal Interconnect Sizing and Spacing
GISSGeneral Impression Shape and Size
GISSGordonstoun International Summer School (Scotland)
GISSGuidance Interface Subsystem
GISSGosh, I’m So Surprised! (Sci-Fi fandom)
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The use of GISs is no longer news in libraries as it serves as data analysis and display tools.
Two separate reports from NOAA and NASA GISS both highlighted the dramatic and sweeping changes in the state of the climate.
The GISS analysis incorporates temperature measurements from 6,300 weather stations around the world, ship- and buoy-based ocean temperature readings and data from Antarctic research stations.
Schmidt, an expert in climate modeling, began his career at GISS in 1996.
According to the GISS, 58 per cent of investors residing in developed markets believe their local stock market will be up this year, but investors in emerging markets were more upbeat - 66 per cent believed their local market would post a bullish performance in 2013.
"One more year of numbers isn't in itself significant," GISS climatologist Gavin Schmidt said.
Unless otherwise specified, ranges reported for expected changes in mortality and YLL represent the lowest and highest 95% CI bounds estimated using either the GISS or the ECHAM model, where the 95% CIs reflect uncertainty in the CRF.
-- GISS climate change projections following surface air temperature, ice cover, and other fields from 1880 to 2100.
The average temperature around the globe last year was 14.6[degrees]C (58.3[degrees]F), say scientists from NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York.