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2013, the year of record temperatures


The last 11 years have been the most warm of history. It is expected that the 2013 will not interrupt this trend, indeed, at the end of it we could count it among the warmer years: according to the predictions of the Met Office, the heat of 2013 it will have devastating effects in some regions and will be 0.57 degrees above average.

The 2013 will undoubtedly enter the top ten of warmer years recorded from 1850 to today. The temperatures of the year we are about to start, they will be about 0.57 degrees above the average. When it comes to global warming, the collective imagination focuses its attention on the future without realizing that i climate changes have been showing up for some years.

Same climate changes which could be the cause of numerous natural disasters. In this article we have meticulously reported the damage that the global warming it will take a short time; the matter should not be underestimated.

The increase of 0.57 degrees was predicted by the Met Office in London thanks to data provided by the University of East Anglia, NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric. In more recent surveys carried out by NASA and ESA satellites showed an increase in the melting times of polar glaciers.

In less than 90 years, an increase of up to 4.8 ° C could occur on Earth. These are the most critical forecasts made public by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The carbon dioxide emissions I'm not on our side if we consider that both 2012 and 2011 saw record peaks.

L'temperature rise to which we will meet with this 2013 it could be due to the natural variability of the climate and the global warming caused by harmful emissions. The effects, warn scholars at the Met Office in London, will manifest themselves differently in various regions of the world. More at risk is the South of the world but in some time also the Mediterranean area could be heavily affected.


Video: Global temperature anomalies from 1880 to 2018 (October 2020).