The current global warming a hundred years may lead to glaciation in Europe and the depletion of ocean biological resources in the tropics.
As reported on Thursday, the newspaper "Sydney Morning Herald", an opinion expressed by an Australian scientist Richard Matear.
The publication says that the warming will change ocean currents, leading thus to climate change on the planet. In particular, the continued melting of Arctic ice and the efforts of the evaporation will cause more heavy rains in the North Atlantic.
"The northern part of the Atlantic Ocean overflowed with fresh water — said Dr. Matear. — A layer of fresh water on the surface to stop the vertical circulation."
As a result, according to experts, by the end of this century, it is quite possible "decrease by five degrees," the average temperature in Europe. This is comparable to the climate at the end of the last ice age about 20,000 years ago.
Serious blow will also be applied marine life in the South Seas, where already there is a decrease in oxygen levels in the water, added Dr. Matear.