Human Causes Resulting in Record Breaking Heat in Australia
The official reports revealed a worrying fact. The gone twelve months were the hottest months in Australia in more than hundred years.
The reports uncover the fact that the averages of the temperature across the nation between September 2012 and August 2013 were hotter in comparison to any other year, since the very beginning of the good records in year 1910.
The earlier records were taken within a range of twelve month period from February 2005 to January 2006. Reports point outs the fact that the latest records follow a suite of broken records. This suite follows the gone year's "angry summer". This also includes the hottest summer in the records.
In many of the regions of the country, a balmy winter is taking a shift for the beginning of a warm start to spring. Reports stated that the alterations in the climate are setting newer records every time.
These alteration causes record breaking cold temperatures sometime However, they cause record breaking hot temperatures most of the time. After going through such reports, the common question that strikes in every mind is that what role is played by human being in causing a rise in the climatic alterations.
The connection between the increasing warming and human causes can be clearly judged from the several studies and researches conducted in this regards. And the conclusions are crystal clear.
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