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Drought in Novorossiysk: the authorities have imposed restrictions on water

June 16, 2013. In Novorossiysk because of dry weather had to impose restrictions on the flow of cold water inhabitants. This was announced on Twitter Mayor Vladimir Sinyagovsky.

@ SinyagovskyV: «The negative outlook was confirmed. Because of the hot and dry weather dried up one of the sources of water supply of the city. Because of the lack of water in the reservoir Neberdzhaevskom in a restriction cold water. "

He also noted that misconduct dispatching water utility employees can complain to him via Twitter. The hot water in the city will not block. All residents are asked to be

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Consequences of hurricane "Yaw" in Mexico

Consequences of hurricane "Yaw" in Mexico Natural Disasters

Category 2 hurricane struck the Mexican territory by bregov Pacific Ocean October 12, 2011, causing numerous floods, destruction of houses and landslides.

"Yaw" was accompanied by wind gusts reaching 160 kilometers per hour. As a result of landslides in Chihuatlan killed two and floods that have reached 1.5 meters, have necessitated emergency evacuation. Several children injured in Tomatlan. The total number of victims is 6 people.

By morning the storm weakened, becoming a tropical cyclone force wind gusts of 50 kilometers per hour.

Photo: AP

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Gabriel is going to Canada

September 12, 2013. Tropical storm "Gabriel" continues to move north in the western Atlantic, and is projected to Western meteorologists, its direction will not change until the end of the week.

A tropical storm named "Gabriel", was formed on the night of September 5, near the island of Puerto Rico, bringing heavy rain, thunderstorms and strong gusts of wind. Later, the storm weakened into a tropical depression, but again gained momentum on Tuesday morning.

"Gabriel" was held in the vicinity of Bermuda: The islands were declared a storm warning canceled part of the flight, suspended ferry services. On Tuesday

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In the Indian state of Uttarakhand landslide

June 14, 2013. On a mountain road in the Uttarkashi district, the northern state of Uttarakhand, was stuck for more than 15 million tourists and pilgrims who were traveling in the bus 900. Their journey was interrupted many hours of downpours caused extensive landslide that swallowed a large section of the road.

Because of a natural disaster damaged a section of the national highway Rishikesh-Gangotri, who followed in Indian sights people had to wait more than 16 hours to continue their journey. In this case, they had no food, no drinking water all the time.

The road near the village

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Scholars have commented on the abnormal glow in the sky Chelyabinsk

June 16, 2013. Scientists have commented abnormal glow in the sky, on the night of Sunday, June 16, is concerned about the residents of Chelyabinsk and the neighboring towns, and even in the Sverdlovsk region.

Eyewitnesses strange phenomena have decided that saw the northern lights. However, it usually occurs in the northern latitudes.

Residents of the South Urals actively pay attention to the various natural phenomena after the February 2013 Chelyabinsk famous throughout the world since the fall of the meteorite. In social networks witnesses unusual glow shared experience: "Lord, in the sky above the Chelyabinsk — the northern

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The sleepy giant Arctic stirred

Permafrost region occupies nearly a quarter of the land surface of the Northern Hemisphere. (Image Hugo Ahlenius, UNEP / GRID-Arendal.)

June 11, 2013. The Arctic is very important for the understanding of the global climate. This is analogous to the canary in the coal mine for the whole Earth. The weather is changing in the Arctic faster than time to adapt ecosystems.

For a detailed study of what is happening in the Arctic Circle, NASA established a five-year project CARVE (Carbon in Arctic Reservoirs Vulnerability Experiment), the purpose of which — measuring the output of carbon dioxide and

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The clouds in the sky over the Chelyabinsk

June 16, 2013. Last night in the sky over the city of Chelyabinsk residents observed an unusual phenomenon. Clarity as it was a natural or man-made, yet, but, according to witnesses, nothing like they have not seen before.

See also: In the Northern Hemisphere, the season of noctilucent clouds

The brightness was like the northern lights, though Chelyabinsk latitudes it usually does not happen. There were versions of that in this way the light reflected from the clouds, but given later in the day, his source had to be incredibly bright.

Previous frames unusual phenomena in the

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Flooding that killed 21 people in Central Europe, the Balkans reached

June 16, 2013. The devastating flood that killed 21 people and which inflicted serious damage to Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, reached the Balkan region. Flooding, has lost some of its destructive force, yet broke the record in 2006 in the region.

At the moment, the level of the Danube in Croatia began to decrease. Flood peak occurred here on the night of 15 to 16 June, when the water from the city of Vukovar reached the mark of 724 cm, flow rate / volume of flowing water / river over 9 thousand cubic meters per second. The level

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Forest fires in the Canadian province of Manitoba burned 19,000 hectares of land

Forest fires in the Canadian province of Manitoba burned 19,000 hectares of Natural Disasters

Drought in south-eastern Manitoba caused by the worst fires in the area of 200 square kilometers. Chairman of the City Council Piney says that this is not typical for the month of October, as at this time the rainy season begins. "Winter and Spring of 2011 was a very wet, and in June the endless heat. Now the sky is overcast, but it seems that in the next few days it will rain. "

Wind gusts on Friday 7 October reached 90 miles per hour, making

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Every summer on the planet is getting hotter

September 16. New York. This summer, the temperature beat the record. People fled in a public pool and complained to each other that the heat is just unbearable.

However, climate researcher at Stanford University in California, said that every year the summer on the planet is getting hotter.

Today, climate models — a sophisticated computer programs that are based on historical data to predict the future. They show how much greenhouse gases in the atmosphere will appear in the coming years and how it will affect the temperature.

Noah Diffenbaugh, climate researcher: "We found that in large parts

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