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What is the Earth's mean temperature?

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Currently it is 14.6 °C up from 13.9 °C 100 years ago. This is the average over the whole planet over the entire year.

The average temperature on Earth is about 13oC. Highest recorded has been 56.7oC and lowest -89oC. These temperatures are dry bulb temperatures.
Most of the Earth is subject to heating and cooling by the oceans and the atmosphere. Except for extreme locations on Earth (deserts, poles), the temperature range is compatible with human activities, falling in the range between -40° and +40° C (-40° to 104°F).
Temperatures tend to be hotter near the equator, or when it is summer at a given location. Ocean and air currents also affect the range of temperatures. Climate change scientists estimate that ever-increasing levels of manmade carbon dioxide could raise global temperatures by up to 6 degrees C over the next 50 years.

Core Temperature
The temperature of the Earth is approximately 5500 degrees Celsius at its center and heat continuously flows toward the surface. The temperature of the Earth increased with its increase in mass because the new size triggered an increase in its gravitational force of attraction and caused the Earth to compress. Some of the internal heat comes from radioactive decay.
Very hot in the centre, gradually cooling as you move to the outer layers, pretty cool on the outside, coldest at the top and bottom where the polar bears and penguins live, and nicest for sunbathing right around the fattest part in the middle. Could you be a little more specific?
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What is earth's temperatures?

The average earth temperature range between 14 and 16 degrees  Celsius. The average temperature on earth is 61 degrees Fahrenheit

How does Mars temperature compare to Earth's temperature?

Mars is, on the whole, far colder than the Earth, for a couple of reasons. First off, it's farther from the Sun. Secondly, and probably most importantly, Mars has no atmospher

How does temperature alter the Earth's surface?

The land forms and climate indigenous to an area are affected heat and cold. The ice fields of Greenland would not exist if the average temperature were 100 degrees F all year

How does temperature vary in earth's temperature zone?

The earth is tilted at an angle of 66.5 degrees. So, not all surfaces of the Earth receive the direct rays of the sun throughout the year. The equatorial region (23.5 degrees

How does Earth's temperature vary in Earth's temperature zones?

The earth is tilted at an angle of 66.5 degrees. So, not all surfaces of the Earth receive the direct rays of the sun throughout the year. The equatorial region (23.5 degrees