Thursday, March 12th, 2015
Possibility of slow-down in Climate Change rate for the Next Decade
- By Shalini Gupta |
- Saturday, August 30th, 2014 |
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Scientists have pointed out last year that rising graph of surface temperature of the Earth failed to maintain its steady rise over the past 15 years in spite of greenhouse gas emissions.
A section of the past researchers are of the logic that decrease amount of solar radiation in the atmosphere polluted the air in lesser amount. The other section suggested that more heat was being absorbed by the deep oceans.
Nature Climate Change published in its journal that by stronger Pacific trade wind ocean circulation increased, compelling the heat to go deep into the ocean and cool water came out to the surface.
With this aftermath, temperature of the global average surface air in 2012 was lower as 0.1 – 0.2 degrees Celsius, which was a break in continuity in surface warming since 2001.
Scientists also said that in spite of this brief interval of temperature rising, it will rise again quickly after the cycle is over.