The climate has changed dramatically
2019 may be the hottest in the history of the phenomenon the El niño phenomenon – a sharp increase in the temperature of the surface water layer in the East Pacific ocean.
This was stated by climate researcher at the University of California Samantha Stevenson.
According to the world meteorological organization, the last four years, from 2015 to 2018, was the hottest because of record carbon dioxide emissions.
In General, the climate on earth over the last 406 of months have been warmer than the average of the twentieth century.
Researchers warn that global warming could lead to extreme weather conditions such as heat, forest fires, floods and severe storms. For example, in 2018 in the Northern hemisphere recorded 70 tropical storms, while over a long period, their average was “only” 53 per year.
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