The warmer the summer, the colder winter

The warmer the summer, the colder winter Scientists prove

A team of scientists from the United States argues that in the Northern Hemisphere unusually warm summer initiates a low winter temperatures in North America and Europe. An example is the abnormally cold winter of 2009/10 and 2010/11, questioning the issue of global warming.

In the Arctic, in the period from July to September, there is a significant increase in summer temperatures. However, the forecast rise in temperature in the region in the winter due to global warming are not justified. Instead, over the past two decades, in the eastern part

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The record low temperature recorded in Yakutia

The record low temperature recorded in Yakutia Weather and Climate

At the beginning of this winter in Russia, the weather was unusually warm. In Kaliningrad, January 2 temperature remained at around + 9,5 ° C, which is a new seasonal record in the north-western Russia. For the past hundred years at this time for the Finnish brings cold weather in the vicinity of St. Petersburg and further to the west, did not happen in 2012. However, in eastern Siberia to Yakutia raging abnormal frosts with temperatures up to — 56 ° C. In the Far East, the thermometer fell to

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Scientists predict a shortage of food and abnormal climate future

January 3, 2013. Chronology of devastating natural disasters in the past year significantly expanded with new developments and analysis of the frequency of such processes suggests that future extreme weather events will become the norm. This is all the more scientists say, that capture more and more evidence that the impact of human activity on the environment becomes more and more destructive form. The process is growing like a snowball, and it is difficult to say that whether all international efforts to develop a common policy to protect our planet from irreversible changes.

"Sandy", "Bofa" and others …

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Annual rings indicated the important role of climate in solar activity

The results of wavelet analysis indicate that the match temperature changes 11 — and 22-year cycles (under 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 illustrate Y. Muraki et al.)

July 23, 2013. For 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 (which is at present the

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Czech Republic swept tropical heat

August 4, 2013. Abnormally hot weather in the Czech Republic. On Saturday, the country had recorded 115 temperature records.

According to the Czech news agency CTK, citing data from the State Meteorological Service, the air temperature in the shade reached almost 40 degrees Celsius. Thus, the thermometer in the Brod-Over-Dyje (South Moravia) climbed to 38.7 degrees. Almost the same high temperature was recorded in Prague, Plzen, Ostrava, Brno and other major cities Czech Republic.

Over Prague, Central Bohemia, Liberec and Ústí nad Labem edges hanging smog in the air dramatically decreased the concentration of ozone. Meteorologists have warned that replacing

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How to explain the anomalous heat — climate change or the weather?

Warm and cold temperature extremes.

July 2, 2013. Southwest United States swept the record heat. June 30 at Death Valley was recorded temperature 53 ° C — A little more, and will be broken record (57 ° C!), Established July 10, 1913. On the same day due to forest fire in Arizona killed 19 firefighters — The biggest tragedy since 1933.

What is behind this heat? What is the role played by global warming? As recent events relate to others? Responsible climatologist Martin Tingley of Harvard University, who along with Peter Hyuybersom showed recently that 2005, 2007, 2010

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In the U.S. temperature record broken in June

July 4, 2013. The heat that prevails in the western U.S. Last week, perhaps, was the record for some parts of the country in June. For example, the air in Death Valley National Park in California has warmed up to the mark 54 degrees Celsius. Previous temperature record was set in June June 23, 1902 in the town of Volcano, which is also in California.

On the official website of NASA's "Earth Observatory" there was a satellite photo taken and an infrared thermal imaging sensor. The image shows the heat waves rising from the valley of death.

The global

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On the beaches of Tunisia more than 40 degrees!

July 26, 2013. July 26 hot air mass from Africa will continue to advance deep into Europe. On the coast of Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, the maximum temperature will reach and exceed 40 degrees!

On our continent, while 40 did not expect, however, most countries of Europe will feel tomorrow +30 +35 degrees, and occasionally higher.

In the UK, the west coast of Scandinavia to the north and west and Ukraine to the north of European Russia while waiting for a comfortable air temperature +23 +28 degrees.

In Europe will be the dry weather, just in Ireland, somewhere in France,

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NASA predicts warming in the Arctic

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Studies conducted by NASA using one of the satellites, indicate the existence of a disappointing trend, says New Scientist. Over the past twenty years, the rate of temperature increase in the Arctic has increased eightfold.

"The climate is changing, and the most noticeable of these changes will be in the polar regions, — says David Rind, a specialist of one of the institutions of NASA. — There soon and will be the main study."

Satellite data

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70-degree jump in temperature in Antarctica

Dome of the automatic weather station

September 27, 2013. Argus dome is considered one of the coldest places on Earth.

This is the highest point in Antarctica (4093 m), although one of the least known places on the globe. It is situated at one end of the elongated ridge (about 60 km long and 10 km wide). Ice thickness is more than 3000 m paleo-scientists believe this is a suitable place for the collection of ice cores, which provide a record of the past climate and atmospheric gas composition in the past, for a period of more than

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