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Oceans keep our planet cool, but process to reverse by internal anomalies

Oceans keep our planet cool, but process to reverse by internal anomalies

Oceans keep our planet cool, but process to reverse by internal anomalies

Researchers claim that global warming has been paused. Nonetheless they believe that climate change actually halted its fast and furious journey at the end of the last millennium. Nonetheless it was a natural phenomenon and human efforts had nothing to do with it.

Researchers claim that it was due to the Pacific Ocean cooling down and claim that this was a balancing factor triggered by the production of CO2 and some other greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere.

Byron Steinman, University of Minnesota’s Large Lakes Observatory while talking about the phenomenon says “Most scientists would concur that after a few years, we would see the process reverse and internal anomalies would start accelerating the Global Warming again”.climate change1

Researchers are of the opinion that the El Nino effects are warming the Pacific Ocean water, while the last of these took place between 1997 and 1998. They claim that the massive Pacific Ocean seems to be in cooling mode. Then again, these conditions will not last, and as soon as the cycle raises its trend, the global warming will start to heat the Earth once again, researchers note.

A NOAA report says, “Scientists are now taking our understanding of El Niños a step further by incorporating the descriptions of these events into numerical prediction models (computer programs designed to represent, in terms of equations, processes that occur in nature). Such models are fed information, mostly in the form of sets of numbers, describing the present state of the atmosphere-ocean system (for example, observations of wind speeds, ocean currents, sea level, and the depth of the thermocline along the equator). Updated sets of numbers, which the models produce, indicate how the atmosphere-ocean system might evolve over the next few seasons or years. The results thus far, though by no means perfect, give a better indication of the climatic conditions that will prevail during the next one or two seasons than simply assuming that rainfall and temperature will be normal”.

Some scientists had earlier claimed that heat might remain slightly down in the oceans all throughout the world. Michael Mann, a Pennsylvania State University climatologist says “What this research addresses is what’s much better portrayed as an ‘inappropriate pause’, or ‘stagnation’. There have occurred different clarifications for the cause [of why this pause takes place], none of which comprising climatic models being principally wrong”.

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