Heat waves in Europe double what it was before one hundred years ago
The Swiss study said the recent climate changes in the Earth is the worst of its kind, as heat waves, which is now invading the continent twice what it was before the one hundred years ago.
The U.S. magazine "Geophysical Research" based on the study analyzed the daily measurements of temperature monitoring stations in 54 European extending from Sweden to Croatia. The data and the American Federation of geophysical research, these measurements are more accurate of its kind so far.
According to the recent measurements, the average heat waves in Europe compared to the three-day day half-day Central Europe in 1880.
According to Swiss researchers from the University of "Bern" The study also supports the theory goes that the heat waves that hit Western Europe for nearly two weeks in 2003 on the index of climate change. The researchers defined with data for 1950 on the potential indicators of climate change.
In addition, this analysis of the data by the researchers during the study, where a lot of growing scientific evidence that the climate in the region of Western Europe has become more variable. Also they noted the daily fluctuation in temperature during the summer.
One of the authors of this study gave a comment on the results that these results provide further evidence on the health of the view of climate researchers to the effect that Western Europe is being subjected to the most difficult social and environmental consequences of climate changes in addition to being the future of the disastrous summer season.