Because of the extreme rise in sea temperatures, droughts are starting to be caused by these high sea temperatures in the Mediterranean region and North America!
The University of Exeter, Montpellier, and Wageningen’s short teams analyzed sea details from 1957 to 2002. Their research found that the sea level temperatures in the North Pacific and Atlantic became hot. The extreme temperatures of the sea lasted a long time.
Sea temperatures are a significant driver of conditions ashore, and the scientists showed that the progressions they noticed corresponded with expansions in land temperature changeability, and diligence of excessive temperatures.
This thus was related to tireless dry seasons in North America and ashore around the Mediterranean.
We need to stop Global Warming now! Now is the time we can act and stop this before it is too late. Remember that 1 problem could be linked to many other issues.
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
Source: University of Exeter.
PC: University of Exeter.