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Natural disasters in the East of Russia and Mongolia can significantly increase and be more frequent due to global warming. These findings were made by a group of American scientists examining satellite data over the past 38 years. The results of their study published in the journal Science.
Experts have considered several theoretical models that describe the climate before and after the industrial revolution. They revealed fluctuations in temperature, repeated from year to year and depend on natural causes, and then compared them with satellite data from 1979 to 2016.
The strong difference between summer and winter temperatures found in the middle latitudes of the Northern hemisphere, the maximum contrast was seen in Eastern Russia and Mongolia. In the tropics and at the poles the temperature throughout the year remains almost unchanged or changes slightly.
The cause of this phenomenon scientists call the greenhouse effect, which leads to frequent natural disasters.
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