2022 to be 5th consecutive hottest year, NASA expressed concern

2022 to be 5th consecutive hottest year, NASA expressed concern

NASA Research: According to a research by the American Space Agency NASA, the average surface temperature of the Earth in 2022 was recorded as the fifth warmest year after 2015. NASA has termed the situation as dangerous. Scientists at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) in New York reported that global temperatures in 2022 were 1.6 degrees Fahrenheit (0.89 degrees Celsius) higher than NASA’s baseline time (1951-1980) average.

NASA’s Bill Nelson said, “This summer is dangerous. Our warming climate is already showing signs of danger. It is causing wildfires. Storms are getting stronger, drought is wreaking havoc.” And sea levels are rising.”

Average temperature increased by 1.11 degree Celsius

Modern record-keeping started in the year 1880. Since then, the last nine years have been the hottest. This means that in 2022, the Earth will be about 2 degrees Fahrenheit (or about 1.11 degrees Celsius) warmer than the average temperature since the 19th century.

Highest emissions since COVID-1

Human-made greenhouse gas emissions have increased again in 2020 after a brief decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, NASA scientists as well as international scientists determined that carbon dioxide emissions in 2022 were the highest on record. NASA also identified some super-emitters of methane, which proved to be another potent greenhouse gas. This was achieved using the Mineral Dust Source Detection Machine from the Earth’s surface. Which was launched in the International Space Station last year.

effect of global warming in arctic region

“The nature of the warming is because human activities continue to pump huge amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, and the effects will continue,” said Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Leading Center for Climate Modeling (GISS). .” The Arctic region continues to experience the strongest warming trends, nearly four times the global average, according to research presented at the 2022 annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union (GISS) as well as a separate study.

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