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Climate Change And Environment

#Climate_change has created enormous amount of impacts on the earth especially in case of environment the issues arising are intense heat waves, ascending sea levels, variations in precipitation which gave way for flooding and droughts, extreme hurricanes and deteriorated air condition that has impact both directly and indirectly to the physical and physiological health. In order to reduce all this risks Mitigation and Adaptation is needed. #Environmental consequences is the most standout impact when compared to others.
MitigationAdaptationSociologyEcological exploitationBiodiversity

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#Rome is famous for their Ancient Monuments commonly called as #Aqueducts

Participate in the gathering of #climate_scientists and #researchers from all over the world  and Explore the Beauty of #Rome along with it


#Climatic_models are the mathematical representation of the atmosphere, ocean, ice and vegetation. In case of human induced climate change, the climatic models are used to resolve and to find the amount of warming increased and attributed to study how climate will change in future. Climate models are used to simulate the past climate and involves the prediction of future climate based on the projection of Man- Made greenhouse gases. Researchers have developed climatic models based on a computer software in which the output archives were stored in a CMIP. On the other hand, the data of sea and ocean were stored in another archive called AMIP.

·Coupled Model Inter comparison Project The main Objective of CMIP is to better understand the past, present and future climate changes arising from Natural, unforced variability. ·Atmospheric Model Inter comparison Project It is an experimental protocol for global atmospheric general circulation models. This model configuration enables scientists to f…


ENSO- El-Nino Southern  Oscillation

An irregularly periodic variation in winds and sea surface temperatures over the Pacific ocean. The #Warming phase of the sea temperature is known as #El_Nina whilst the #Cooling phase is known as #La_Nina.

How does this ENSO related to Climate Change?

The occurrence of periodic variation surface temperature weakens the pacific which may result in Series results of Hurricanes. On the other hand these Oscillations may have greater impacts on the change in Weather and Climate Patterns.

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Desertification And Drought

#Desertification:  degradation of Dry land Ecosystem which occurs due to variation in climate and human activities. The occurrence can lead to high level of #water_scarcity. It occurs because of imbalance between the Human demands and the amount the ecosystem can supply.

Both Human- Being and Desertification is interlinked as the high level of degradation in dry lands can leads to Water scarcity which leads to the loss of vegetation and increase the large dust cloud formation which causes major Health Problems. Desertification is caused by a combination of social, political, economic, and natural factors which vary from region to region. Effective prevention of desertification requires management and policy approaches that promote sustainable resource use. Prevention should be preferred to rehabilitation, which is difficult and costly.
On the other hand, the effect of Global Climate change on Desertification is complex and difficult to understand. The increase in higher temperature i…

Oceans and Climate Change

June 8: World Oceans Day Oceans and Climate are inseparably linked and ocean play an important role in Mitigating #Climate_Change by serving as a major heat and carbon Sink. On the other hand #Oceans also bear the bur
that are all having a major impact on #marine_Species. den created by Climate Change which can be denoted by the
#Global_Warming the another threat leads to the high deterioration of plankton in the ocean. Protect the Oceans from #Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduce the #impacts of #Climate_Change To know more about the Impacts of Climate Change on Oceans, Join with us on “ World Congress on Climate Change 2018” during October 15-16, 2018 at Rome, Italy. Visit us @
Global climate change has already had Observable effects on the Environment...
Glaciers have Shrunk,
Sea levels increased
Weather pattern have Changed Is there any permanent solution to Climate change?? To know more about the views and Research on Climate Change Join with us in our upcoming Conference"Climate Change 2018"
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