As a result of climate change, the oceans around the world are gradually getting warmer to make ocean waves stronger and more deadly, according to a new published study Nature On monday
High ocean waves are driven by local wind patterns, driven by the difference between the different temperatures of the air layers. When greenhouse gases are pumped into the atmosphere and when the air is heated, we are strengthening some windmills and weakening others. The net effect on the oceans is stronger with stronger waves.
"The global power of the ocean, since the energy transported from the wind is on the surface of the marine surface, has shown that it has increased in general," said the author.
Traffic industries based on ocean transportation (such as for fishing and the transport of global cargo), this means that already dangerous jobs will be more dangerous nowadays. Commercial fishing is a 32-fold higher mortality rate than the general population of the US population, and 18% of deaths may be affected by waves.
According to the study, the waves, on average, have reached an annual 0.41 point in strength, measured in kilowatts between 1948 and 2008. This may not be much, but above all. In the southern Oceans that surround the Antarctic, approximately 2% have been developed annually.
It is very dangerous to travel to Antarctica by sea: heavy ice-cream vessels must be made with sea ice, and luxurious tourism trends that travel cruise ships are continuously increasing every year.
It is a lot easier and safer to travel to Antarctica by plane, and we will probably go on further on this method. But this requires the construction of more expensive and devastating frozen fronts. (China researchers intend to build a track of almost one thousand long-haul flights).
The hottest year of 2017 was the record of global oceans, especially when oceans capture 90 percent of the heat generated by the release of greenhouse gases. Oceans are also warmer than other global arenas, forests, desert, or the air itself. This means that, overall, over time, the ocean's capabilities are still hot and can last for a long time. As we are changing our oceans, we will continue for years.
It should be noted that we do not even see the ocean. The Southern Atlantic Transition (AMOC) is a global circulatory process that sends water to cold water and warm water in the depths of the sea around the world. This helps regulate the salt level around the world. As a result of climate change, as seawater is heated, this process has weakened, threatening all oceanic beverages specializing in despair.
Effects of climate change make our world a hotter year. When we emit greenhouse gases, we start the environmental reaction processes that are particularly vulnerable to the ocean.