According to U.S. government researchers, climate change is putting the Earth in worse dire straits than ever.

Its latest study, findings published in a 600-plus page Climate Science Special Report, states that global climate change is expected to continue as a result of human activity that has global temperatures reaching record levels over the past 115 years. Annual average global temperatures are also likely to rise 9-degrees Fahrenheit.

Other effects of climate change described in vigor include references to a 7 to 8-inch rise in sea level rise causing record coastal flooding, increasing heavy rainfall, a higher rate of western forest fires, and fewer cold snaps. Earlier reports by scientists have also suggested a mosquito outbreak link to higher temperatures, albeit not confirmed. Many other effects like these continue to be debated on whether or not it can be attributed to climate change.

“This is good, solid climate science,” says Richard Alley, a geoscientist at Penn State University and contributor to the report’s conclusions on sea level rise. “This has been reviewed so many times in so many ways, and it’s taking what we know from a couple of centuries of climate science and applying it to the U.S.”

Many have aggressively pointed to the study’s findings and the Trump Administration’s perceived inability to acknowledge the severity of the issue. In a March 2017 interview, Scott Pruitt, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, offered a damning assessment (or lack thereof) of the problems.

“I believe that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do, and there’s tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact,” said Pruitt.

The Climate Science Special Report and its associated scientific reviews were conducted by a panel of climate science experts from multiple governmental agencies, including NASA and the Department of Energy. The government mandates this publication, with its last report, published in 2014. It remains to be seen whether the Trump Administration will reverse its position.