Climate anomalies in Siberia

Residents rossiyskogof the North know nothing about the Kyoto Protocol, nor about the summit in Copenhagen or climate warming, but they run the risk of its first victims, says Paris Match. "In Russia, do not talk about climate change - recognizes Vladimir Chuprov, energy program," Greenpeace Russia. " - A Russian politicians often say that if the tundra warms a few degrees, no one will be worse. " According to the publication, in recent years the Nenets noticed changes: snow storms occur more frequently, and the snow cover melts later, and if the deer give birth to pups before the snow melts, calves Read more [...]
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Record tides flooded the Marshall Islands

June 28, 2013. Tiny Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean flooded record tides that swept the capital Majuro and forced the government to welcome the American rescue teams with the words "Welcome to global warming." Strong storm surges coupled with high tides flooded runway at Majuro. On the level of the general warming of the oceans increases. An increase in temperature also means stronger storm surges. "From drought to floods - my people are suffering from the effects of climate change," - said the Minister of the Marshall Islands, Tony de Brum. "Thousands of people in the north are suffering Read more [...]
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Global warming has gone backwards

If the rise in temperature continues, Greenland will soon be left without snow. Climatologists offered an explanation reduction growth temperatures observed in recent years. According to scientists, the reason for this was the fall of the water vapor content in the stratosphere. The work of the authors published in the journal Science. Its summary results portal Nature News. Despite the fact that the decade from 2000 to 2009 was the warmest year on record, in recent years, growth has slowed somewhat temperatures. Skeptics saw it as proof that global warming does not exist as such. The authors Read more [...]
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Trees are growing faster

The forests of the North American Atlantic coast increased annual biomass growth. During the year they gain already 3.4 tons more than they should. On climate change, forests meet the increasing growth. This conclusion was made by environmentalists Smithsonian Center for Environmental Studies (Smithsonian Environmental Research Center). Statement is true, at least for the mixed forests of the eastern Atlantic coast of North America. Jeffrey Parker (Geoffrey Parker), forest ecologist, began to study the growth rate of trees in 1987. On the east coast of the Chesapeake Bay, south-east Read more [...]
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Hantemanskiysky region

KMAO formed on young Epipaleozoic West Siberian plate. Foundation slab is a huge depression with steep eastern and north-eastern and a gentle southern and western sides. It is composed of igneous rocks (granite, diabase, etc..), Volcanic tuff and in varying degrees of metamorphic rocks (gneisses, schists different), formed in the Paleozoic and pre-Paleozoic time. Basement rocks are deformed into complex folds and faults crossed the north-east and north-west. For these faults some parts of blocks of the foundation raised, the other went down. As a result of tectonic movements of the foundation blocks Read more [...]
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Scientists predict an unprecedented drought in Australia

Australian scientists insist that global warming - it's a reality. At least in Australia. According to the calculations of researchers over the past 50 years, the average temperature on the continent increased by 0.7 degrees Celsius. According to forecasts, the country expects an unprecedented drought. Australian scientists have published a new report on the state of the climate, according to Reuters. The report came a few months after the discovery of errors in the forecasts of researchers concerning the extent of global warming. UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in January acknowledged Read more [...]
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In the Arabian Peninsula the climate is changing

The Arabian Peninsula is undergoing significant climate change. Seasons change and the intensity of rainfall, registered a record rainfall, the number of sandstorms, said Monday a prominent Emirati meteorologist Ibrahim al-Jarvan. Categorically that climate change in the Arabian Peninsula, will be possible only on the basis of not less than 25 years of observations, but now, according to the database, obtained in recent years, we can say that the region "has become the arena of climate change. The new data do not coincide with the values ​​that were recorded during the three decades before Read more [...]
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Pools region

On the banks of the glacial basins in the watershed raised widespread development had subaerial processes through which the facial complex formed subaerial cover mainly eolian and snow-eolian sediments. With the predominance of storage areas drawn by eolian debris basins linked-ridge (hryvnia) relief, and in the areas of prevalence of deposition of atmospheric dust (weighted eolian debris) accumulated loess cover, blocked the older formations. Education pozdnezyryanskogo loess cover and genetically associated hryvnia relief flowed during the recession of the glacial basins in very dry, arid climate, Read more [...]
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In Peru, the glacier has destroyed 20 homes

A piece of ice broke off and fell into a mountain lake that overflowed and destroyed at least 20 houses in the mountainous region of Ancash Peru. Authorities in the region “charged” in the incident climate change.

According to experts, if the picture is not climate change, the glaciers in Peru below 5.4 thousand. M will disappear by 2015. The most pessimistic climate scientists predict that fully glaciers in Peru could disappear by 2050.

Source: Utro.ru.

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Number of typhoons in the world will increase dramatically

The frequency of destructive typhoons, wind speed at the center of more than 200 km / h, by the end of 2010 increased by 10 times. This is the scientific forecast of the Japan Meteorological Agency. The cause of the damaging winds will be the global climate change and the rise in water temperature of the oceans. A team led by Ouchi Katsuoshi created supercomputer model that takes into account all the modern climate trends, laid the forecast data and information about the atmospheric state of the Earth. The whole planet was conditionally divided into sectors by 14? kilometers. Based on these Read more [...]
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Indonesian cities suffer from climate change

Sprawling city at the equator the world's largest archipelago — Indonesian - are already suffering from the effects of global climate change, but their power to try to prevent damage coming, said Friday the newspaper Jakarta Globe, talking about passing in the Indonesian capital of the Joint exhibition programs of cities on climate change. "We can not predict the weather, using traditional methods," - says the mayor of Bau-Bau on Buton island in the province of South Sulawesi Amirul Tamim (Amirul Tamim). Global climate change is already manifest themselves there as unpredictable Read more [...]
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Annual rings pointed to the important role of climate in solar activity

The results of wavelet analysis indicate that compliance with temperature fluctuations 11-and 22-year cycles (a thick line) is almost complete. It is unlikely that the concentration of carbon dioxide could be the determining factor of temperature fluctuations with such recurring intervals. (Here and below illustration Y. Muraki et al.)  July 23, 2013. For many years scientists, heated debate, discuss the question of the connection of the solar cycle and global climate. This is understandable: the modern climate policy requires resources, and if solar activity is actually important for the climate Read more [...]
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Cold winters will become the norm for Europe

Suddenly cold and snowy winter, which was in 2009-2010, will soon become commonplace for people in Europe, East Asia and Eastern North America, according to Dr. James Overland of the Pacific Marine Laboratory of the National Control of Atmospheric and Oceanic Research, USA. "Cold and snowy winters will be the rule rather than the exception ... It is extremely cold and snowy winter of 2009-2010 in Europe, eastern Asia and eastern North America is related to unique physical processes in the Arctic," - said Overland was quoted as saying on the conference website on the results of the International Read more [...]
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Medieval drought in Africa is repeated

Who died because of the drought giraffe. (REUTERS / Stefano De Luigi / VII Network / Le Monde Magazine) An international team of researchers studied the history of the climate of the North-West Africa by tree rings. In the samples contained not only information about climate areas in the Middle Ages, but the forecast of climate change in the coming decades. In general, the researchers traced the climatic changes that have occurred in the territory of modern Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia from about 1179 to the present day, although the oldest samples (it was found in Morocco) dates back to the Read more [...]
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In the west of Antarctica, everything changed

American research vessel Laurence M. Gould in Antarctic waters The climate of the Antarctic Peninsula is in three record for the rate of change. Its coasts are changing all the components of ecosystems. Scientists are trying to understand how it is possible to keep up with such a rapid process. Scientists from several American universities, led by Dr. Oscar Skolfilda (Oscar Scholfield) from Rutgers University in the pages of the journal Science, analyzed the most recent data on the state of ecosystems of the Antarctic Peninsula, and trying to figure out how best to explore this part of Antarctica. Antarctic Read more [...]
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Warming turns Alps region-disaster

The inhabitants of the Alps should prepare for major changes. Global warming, according to Austrian scientists trigger more landslides, mudslides, and the accumulation of the thick layer of sediment along rivers and valleys. Mountain ecosystems are particularly dynamic. Any change in one of its components can lead to unpredictable and even dangerous consequences. For example, in the Alps, global warming has led to a number of disasters. A team of scientists led by Dr. Margaret Keyler (Margreth Keiler) of the University of Vienna to evaluate the current state of the rock mass and made Read more [...]
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The heat will tear the planet increasingly

August 15, 2013. The atmosphere of the planet heats up, and it happens regardless of human activity or emissions of carbon dioxide. This is indicated by the results of a study published by the American, Spanish and German scientists. According to experts, the heat, like Moscow 2010, will tear the planet more often. In an article published in the journal Environmental Research Letters a group of authors from the universities of Pittsburgh, Madrid and Potsdam, described two scenarios. According to optimistic forecasts, the number of extreme weather events, including the so-called heat waves will Read more [...]
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In the Western Czech Republic first reported tornado

In the Western Czech Republic first reported tornado. This is unheard of here earlier phenomenon confirms the theory of accelerating climate change and global warming on the planet. \"Natural disasters, characteristic of non-European territories subject to intensive influence of humid tropical climate, watched the villagers Clean, near the city of Rakovnik,\" he told reporters today the representative of the Czech hydrometeorological Institute Radek Dvorak. Victims and no serious damage as the tornado passed Cisco. In the surrounding forests broken and uprooted hundreds of trees. Source: ITAR-TASS Read more [...]
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On the impact of climate change on human behavior

August 9, 2013. Researchers from Princeton University and the University of California at Berkeley, in his article for the journal \"Science\" reported that even small fluctuations in temperature and precipitation will lead to a significant increase in the risk of violence and social upheaval. Very likely the result of climate changes on the Earth and the air temperature increase to 2°C by 2050 is to increase the number of conflicts between people. However, for some nationalities Africa will be enough warming by 0.35°C to potentially dangerous conflict, for example, the civil war, became 50% Read more [...]
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Ukraine comes desert

The fires in Russia and neighbouring regions of Ukraine drew attention to the problem, which has long spoken in Europe, but which was little disturbed by Ukrainians. For Kharkiv climate change may indicate the onset of the steppes. At the conclusion of biologist by profession, Chairman of the Kharkiv environmental groups \"Pechenegs\" Sergei Shaparenko, climate change has accelerated. According to him, Ukrainians today obviously see what the environmental organization said in the beginning of 1990-X. In the Kharkiv region, says Saraireh already installed restoratively climate — Read more [...]
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