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Russian Scientists Predict Anomalous Cold
6.01.2012 17:25
Russian Scientists Predict Anomalous Cold
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Scientists from the Oceanographic Institute and Institute of Calculus Mathematics, RAS, predict drastic cooling all over the Northern Hemisphere.
      
      The thing is that according to their calculations, a great salinity anomaly is coming, which will cause the fall of average temperature and bring about frosty winters in the coming years.
      
      The oceanologist and doctor of physical and mathematical sciences Nikolai Diansky has for years compared data about change of salinity of waters of the Arctic regions with weather changes on the planet. He took reference data from his colleagues in every corner of the globe.
      
      The scientists diagram prove that the global warming leads to massive melting of glaciers and increase in spillover of the Siberian rivers. As a result the Arctic Ocean has collected a lot of fresh water, which is will soon start pouring out through the Canadian and Greenland straits to the Northern Atlantic.
      
      This is where Gulf Stream, the main bed warmer of Europe flows. Its warm salty water is going to be covered with cold fresh water. Thus, the heat will not be let out and thus the climate in Europe and entire Northern hemisphere is going to cool down.
      
      Source: abzac.org
Author: Vera Manykina


Tags: Anomalies Cold Weather Forecast Oceanology Global Warming 

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