Copernicus proves this, confirming that the circulation of the Gulf Stream rising north of the Atlantic Ocean is at its weakest point in the last thousand years.
Atmospheric temperature of the ocean is a basic variable used to calculate and predict complex interactions between the ocean and the atmosphere. The image depicts the ocean surface temperature in the North Atlantic Ocean, estimated by the European Remote Sensing Program Copernicus’ marine environmental monitoring service. Data will be referred to 20 March 8.
In conjunction with other ocean parameters, the ocean surface temperature is used to map the history of the Gulf Stream, as well as the circulatory system of the deep currents it interacts with, which extends across the entire planet. We also refer to the circulation in the Atlantic Ocean, abbreviated as AMOC.
Thermohyline circulatory system, also known as the Great Conveyor Belt, extends across the planet, from the Atlantic to the Pacific and vice versa.
AMOC is one of the major heat transfer systems in the oceans, which significantly affects our planet’s climate.
A recent study published in the journal Nature Geoscience found that AMOC activity is at an all-time low as a result of climate change.
This has led to significant changes in the transport of hot water by sea currents in Europe. This will facilitate the formation of super oceanic extraterrestrial hurricanes. The intensity and turbulence of ocean storms have been reported in the past.
This year, the arrival of strong North Oceanic hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean occurred at the height of summer, which represents a phenomenon of extraordinary magnitude.
Climate mathematical models propose the Earth’s climate, where the Gulf Stream is weak, and AMOC’s complex circulatory system, such as the thermohyline circulatory system.
These were repeated as cooling the European winter. On the other hand, we have a common global warming, which is already using complex predictions and achieving unsatisfactory results such as reliability.
Will it be cool this coming winter? Will they snow? Perhaps more radically, this is a theory that many scientists would like to believe as much as possible.
We certainly notice an imbalance that has never been seen since there is data on winter weather data in Europe.
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