Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Earth's temperature increasing. Three years in a row, record heat has been exceeded. How will it be next year?

Earth's temperature continues to rise every month, surpassing the record temperatures every year. 2016 will face the same fate.

Although the heating occurs from month to month, after a 12-month priod researchers said the phenomenon is disturbingly consistent. In the period June 2015 - May 2016 were the hottest months, that record was surpassed for the ninth time, according to The Guardian.

This means that every 12 months, the record is played down novelty is that the years 2014 and 2015 were very welcome. All events so far predict that 2016 will be as warm. Rapid heating of the planet is most felt in Antarctica, which until now had the lowest rate of expansion of ice in summer.

This phenomenon is due to the increased level of heat in the area, which is two times higher than the global average, which is having a disastrous impact on humans, animals, and the planet in general. While some reports show that the level of ice in the area increases, the layers are still thin, can be found on the sea surface and can not replace the glaciers.

Researchers say that the effects could be devastating. Even if we did not use fossil fuel, still we could not stop warming in coming decades.

The above post is reprinted from materials provided by  Ifl Science. Note: Materials may be edited for content and length.

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