°
Newark

Latest News - #World meteorological organization

Meteorologists said on climate change in the next five years

Average global temperatures at least 1°C above pre-industrial levels 1850-1900 years in each of the next five years, and may exceed 1.5°C, in a year, according to a new climate forecast released Thursday by the world meteorological organization (WMO).

According to experts of the WMO, the average temperature on Earth has already exceeded 1°C compared to preindustrial period. The last five-year period was the warmest in the last five years.

Scientist: warming increases the risk of releasing anthrax

Recorded climate change in Yakutia increases the risk of the release of anthrax burial grounds and ancient bacteria from permafrost degradation, said RIA Novosti Deputy Director for science of the permafrost Institute. P. I. Melnikov, SB RAS, senior research fellow, international scientific-educational center of biogeochemistry and climatology BEST Institute of natural Sciences NEFU Alexander Fedorov.

In the Yakut city of Verkhoyansk, also known as the Northern pole of cold, meteorologists have confirmed anomalous heat – 20 June the temperature rose to plus 38 degrees. This temperature record was interested by the world meteorological organization, the anomaly, after verification, may be included in the so-called meteorological "book of records" Archive of exceptional weather and climate temperatures. According to the scientist, climate change in Yakutia in the last decade has become much more noticeable

Scientist: melting permafrost may force the inhabitants of Yakutia to move

Climate change in Yakutia in the last decade has become much more visible in the future, the thawing of permafrost could lead to the relocation of many inhabitants of the Republic, told RIA Novosti Deputy Director for science of the permafrost Institute imeni P. I. Melnikov, SB RAS, senior research fellow, international scientific-educational center of biogeochemistry and climatology BEST Institute of natural Sciences NEFU Alexander Fedorov.

In the Yakut city of Verkhoyansk, also known as the Northern pole of cold, meteorologists have confirmed anomalous heat – 20 June the temperature rose to plus 38 degrees. This temperature record was interested by the world meteorological organization, the anomaly, after verification, may be included in the so-called meteorological "book of records" Archive of exceptional weather and climate temperatures.