The World Is Warming, But Europe Is Warming Even More.

The World Is Warming, But Europe Is Warming Even More. The average temperature increase of the warmest days and coldest nights in parts of Europe since 1950, according to a study published in the journal Environmental Research Letters by a group of researchers from the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and Environmental Research, affiliated with the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, and the University of Warwick. , four times the increase in global temperature average. When the hottest days in the 5% of the summer season are examined, it is seen that the most warming is in the band starting from southern England and progressing from northern France to Denmark.
When the days when the temperature is average or slightly above average are examined, it is seen that the highest increase is observed.
It has been seen to be between France and Germany. In the eastern parts of Spain and the central parts of Italy, a significant warming was observed on all days, but no significant warming was observed on days when the temperature was below the average. The international target on climate change is to limit the average temperature rise to 2oC. One of the researchers, Dr. David Stainforth, looking at the results of the research, says that the increase in some regions is much higher than the targeted average.

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Source: Journal of Science and Technology ( İbrahim Özay Semerci)

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