We constantly share with you how important climate change is for the whole world, in our related articles. Here we are again with a study that emphasizes the importance of this issue. The research done to the impact of climate change on severe storms focuses and covers Europe.
The research revealed that slow-moving storms increase the amount of rain that accumulates locally. This is contrary to what was expected in previous studies. that the risk of flash flooding will increase all over Europe means the same. Here are the details of the research:
This type of storm will be 14 times more frequent by the end of the 21st century:
Newcastle University and the Met Office conducted the research. from the University of Newcastle Dr. Abdullah Kahraman, covering all of Europe as supercomputers become quite powerful to climate simulations stated that they have. According to Kahraman, this system will help them understand which atmospheric factors are causing storm changes.
Also from Newcastle University Professor Hayley Fowler, says states have been slow to get greenhouse gases under control. Noting that severe storms will cause devastating floods in the future, this study is a blessing for everyone. wake-up call
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from the Met Office Professor Lizze Kendon, on the other hand, is due to the fact that intense storms will disappear later, thus destructive effects for longer emphasizes what they will show. Also, Kendon said, if we keep going this way, these storms, which take longer than usual to disappear, will be 14 times more frequent by the end of the 21st century.
Finally, Kahraman uses the climate simulation system outside of severe storms. other extreme weather events stated that they are also using it to examine. Speaking of contemporary times, storms that are violent but slowly disappearing are not common.