Global Warming Trends Still Clearly Visible


UK Meteorological Office issued a weather report in 2008. Conclusion of the report, the year 2008 is one year since records terpanas weather. 14.3 degrees Celsius. That is the temperature average in the earth throughout the year 2008. According to the analysis of the British climate experts, this year was ranked terpanas to ten years since 1850. Is even more important, terpanas ten years in the history of the notes have all the time period in 1997 until now. So clearly, at this time the ongoing process of heating the earth. Year terpanas earth recorded in 1998 with an average temperature of 14.5 degrees Celsius. Temperature of the earth movement from year to year in small-scale weather phenomena influenced by the exchange between heat waves and cold waves. In terms this popular phenomenon known as El Nino for the wave of hot air, and wave to La Nina cold. The year 2008 there are phenomena cold La Nina. So the earth is actually warming phenomenon still teredam by that phenomenon. In fact, 2008 was a year terdingin during the last 10 years. But experts believe, the cold phase will end soon. As expressed by Peter Stott of the Hadley climate research centers in the UK: "Most likely, one to three years before the warm earth. Because there is no more La Nina phenomena. So the average temperature could rise 0.2 percent every decade. "Indeed, researchers have also skeptical of the theory that the earth warming. Because according to them, 1998 was a year terpanas. After that the air temperature was down again. And an average temperature of the earth is now 0.2 degrees Celsius below the temperature in 1998. So even freeze the earth temperature. Climate researcher Phil Jones explains, the temperature of the earth must be viewed in the long-term trend. "It is not always earth's temperature is higher than the previous year. The more important is the long-term trend. Comparing decades now with the previous decades. In 2000 until 2008, an average temperature of 0.2 degrees centigrade higher than the year 90-an. From there it looks, there is global warming caused by greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. "The temperature in 1998, which until now a record year terpanas throughout history, it can not be a benchmark average. For the 1998 heat wave phenomena have, the El Nino phenomenon, which is very strong. UK climate researcher Phil Jones explains further: "In El Nino years are the years of the summer. And there are waves 1997/1998 El Nino for most 20th century. That is why in 1998 so terpanas years. Now we are experiencing cold La Nina phase in Pacific. Temperatures average down a bit. But overall, the last 10 years this temperature 0.2 degrees more heat than an 90-year. And the last 10 years are years terpanas. "
So 2008 was not a record year terpanas according to experts. But weather records show a clear trend of global warming.