Risky rising tides and intense heat waves are being more frequent off late, as temperatures soar – giving inkling that humans are affecting and altering the climate around us, thus acting as harbingers to forthcoming days of concern.
In 2013, unprecedented heat waves swept across Australia; Europe too obtained a record breaking heat. California too followed suit, impending heat waves last year systemically worsened various drought affected areas as rainfall or snowfall rates plunged. Ocean cycles are being affected as temperature of waters in the seas is increasing by multiple folds.
The American cities are maimed by heat waves and climate changes. Similarly though, overall temperatures are on the rise in India. Tropical countries are most vulnerable to this impending warming burst! Rhetorically, climate change is moving the wheel of the Doomsday clock, thick and fast!
The world is ought to experience an unprecedented rise in temperatures. The rise links with the sweeping Ocean cycles in the Pacific. The nations and communities need to brace themselves up in order to respond to the systemic threats caused due to climate change. Papers published in science journals revealed that over the last couple of decades, substantial warming effects owing to pollution of greenhouse gases were avoided because of ocean currents and winds.
PDO Changes And Hiatus
However, as the trade winds across the Pacific slacken with time ahead, seas shall start absorbing lower global warming energy. Consequently, heat shall rise to the earth’s surface. Pacific Decadal Oscillation or PDO values are changing with accordance to phases and surface warming. Negative PDO phases cause faux pas or hiatus, according to which, land temperatures tend to rise less than expected whereas the sea temperatures soar compellingly.
Communities should be prepared to witness sharp hikes in temperatures, after the characteristic or intrinsic warming slowdown exhibited by negative PDO phases. The cause of immediate concern is how the spikes in temperature on the surface shall affect policy rebates, impending climate action and ways to notch clean energy.