In the study published yesterday in Nature, the consequences of the current climate policy is simulated. This simulation shows, among the more to see that the sea level in some regions is rising, while elsewhere decreases.Read Past years were the warmest ever, 2018 fourth warmest year in a row, Detailed simulations
The melting of ice caps will lead to extreme and unpredictable weather globally and changing glorious ocean temperatures and circulatiepatronen, and a changing air temperature. “With the current policies worldwide, we go to a temperature rise of 3 or 4 degrees above pre-industrial levels. That will be a significant amount of meltwater from Greenland and Antarctica yield”, says research leader Nick Golledge from the Antarctic Research Centre in New Zealand.
the international research team combined very detailed simulations of the complex klimaatgevolgen with satellite data on recent changes in the polar ice caps. On that basis they say about the consequences of the current klimaatpolitiek more reliable forecasts than hitherto was the case.