Air pollution reduces the monsoons Scientists prove
Scientists argue that the intensity of air pollution may be responsible for reducing the frequency and intensity of monsoon rains. This is especially true for the residents of the southern part of Asia, where the welfare of 1.5 billion people depend on how regular and abundant rainfall brought by the monsoon season, which feed rivers and underground sources and fields of rice.
In this mode the region, a huge number of cars, motorcycles, coal-fired plants, constantly emitting harmful air suspension. These substances accumulate in the atmosphere, and eventually cause a cooling effect to the reduction of evaporation, slowing the circulation of air, which makes the right to form a warm summer monsoon.
One fifth of the world's population suffers immense hardship because constantly uses objects emits exhaust and other greenhouse gases. The worst thing that the negative effect of the lack of monsoon can experience not only the fields of South Asia, but on the other side of the world, for example, in Kansas, or in neighboring India. After all, climate change in one part of the planet results in similar changes in the other.
The use of computer models has helped to find out what the local aerosol emissions localization most influence on the early stages of the monsoon. Next to them are connected point pollution in remote areas, such as in Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, affecting mainly on the monsoon in late summer. It is noteworthy that almost did not reveal the negative impact of carbon dioxide on the monsoon system, all of the negative effect comes from the soot particles, which appears during the burning process.