Temperature record APR frightens scientists

2016-05-19 12:17:11
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Temperature record APR frightens scientists

experts predict a further increase in temperature has already affected the nature.
April this year was the hottest in recorded history and trend of increase in temperature is maintained, say NASA scientists

 

it is Noted that all of 2016 was abnormally warm, and the last six months, scientists record temperature deviation more than one percent of the average of the years 1951-1980.

 

 

Meteorologist Eric Holthaus said that no one expected such.

"It's scary. I don't know what will happen next. We knew that El niño (temperature fluctuations in the Pacific ocean influencing the climate) will affect the situation, but hardly anyone expected such a jump" - quoted scientist ..

According to him, over the past year, global temperatures have increased by 25 percent of the total increase from 1880-ies.

 

This temperature is already reflected in the environment. Over the last 18 months almost a quarter of existing in the ocean of the coral colonies began to suffer from discoloration due to oxidation and increase the temperature of the oceans.

in addition, the rapidly melting sea ice.

Meteorologist predicts that the highest temperature will stand from four to six months.