In November 2015 it turned out to be worldwide "the warmest November in the past"
National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), the world's largest environmental data recording organization, announced the report on global environmental data in November 2015. According to the report, in November 2015 it turned out that it was the warmest November on the record of 135 years left since 1880.
Summary Information | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
The temperatures of the Earth's surface and the surface of the world recorded in November 2015 are higher than the average temperature through the 20th century0.97 degrees, And it is known that the highest temperature on the record from 1880 to 2015 was recorded. It was when the highest temperature up to that point was recorded by 0.15 degrees in 2013, but in recent years the global warming phenomenon that the record of the world's highest temperature in the past continues to be updated for 7 consecutive months is progressing.
Surface temperature around the world in November 2015 rose by an average of 1.31 degrees on average, exceeding the average temperature in the 20th century, and the fifth highest temperature on the record from 1880 to 2015 about. The sea surface temperatures around the world in November 2015 are similarly recorded, an increase of 0.84 degrees from the average temperature in the 20th century. It is significantly higher than the previous record of the highest record of 2014 in 0.20 degrees, which shows that seawater warming is also proceeding.
Also, trends around the world are summarized, but both countries record higher temperatures than average. In addition to the rise in temperature, Japan said that humidity was higher than usual. In the Arctic, the sea ice area fell below the average value of 361,000 square miles (about 933 2395 square kilometers), which is the average value of 1981 to 2010, and it has shrunk to the 6th area on the record, and the global warming It is also made clear that Arctic ice melts according to trend.
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