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9 out of 10 hottest years, research says

9 out of 10 hottest years, research says

We are getting closer to the point of temperature rise which will be the beginning of indescribable environmental catastrophe.  (Photo: Internet)

We are getting closer to the point of temperature rise which will be the beginning of indescribable environmental catastrophe. (Photo: Internet)

Washington: Research from the US and European meteorological agencies has shown that between 2011 and 2021, 9 years were the hottest. In just one year, in 2020, global temperatures remained relatively low due to the global epidemic of Quad 19.

Groundwater temperatures in 2021 were recorded at 1.51 degrees Celsius higher than the average of the twentieth century, from 1880 to the present. Sixth highest temperature Was also

Experts fear that 2022 will be another hot year as its effects are already visible.

For example, on January 13, the coastal town of Onslow in Western Australia recorded a temperature of 50.7 degrees Celsius, which was also the hottest day in Australia.

It should be noted that in the case of global warming, the average temperature of the world from 1880 to 1900 is considered as the standard and the temperature from year to year is also compared with it.

According to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA / NOAA), the average temperature of land and oceans around the world has risen by 1.04 degrees Celsius, indicating that we are experiencing a rapid 1.5 degree rise. Are approaching what may be the beginning of an indescribable environmental catastrophe.

If global warming continues, there is a danger that we will see a 1.5 degree rise in the 2030s.

This concern is further corroborated by another recent study published in the research journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences. Latest issues I have published online.

A joint study by experts from China, the United States and Italy found that the average sea temperature on our planet has been rising steadily for the past six years.

During 2021, sea level in the North Pacific was recorded at about two degrees Celsius higher than the previous world average, while at a depth of 300 meters it was also recorded at one degree Celsius higher than the average.

This is a sign that rising temperatures are affecting not only the sea level but also the depths of the oceans.

At the moment we do not know what will happen if the temperature rises in the depths of the sea water but it is feared that it may prove to be very bad.


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