July 2019 was `` the hottest July in history '' announced by the US Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The heat of 2019 was global, and June 2019 recorded the “ hottest June in observation history ”. This heat has recorded record numbers even in July, and the US Ocean and Atmospheric Administration has stated that `` July 2019 was the hottest in observation history in terms of surface temperature and sea surface temperature, which is one of the temperature indices '
Global Climate Report-July 2019 | State of the Climate | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)
Since the surface temperature of the Earth is closely related to the amount of water evaporation, it is considered to have a significant impact on the distribution, ecology, and weather of aquatic organisms, and is an important indicator in meteorology and climatology . The United States Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that the global surface and sea surface temperatures in July 2019 were the highest since observations began in 1880, exceeding the 2016 record by 0.03 ° C.
According to the U.S. Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, five years from 2015 to 2019 are the top five in `` July with high surface and sea surface temperatures '', and the recent heat has been recorded It is shown to be a thing. The following bar graph shows how much the temperature difference between the ground surface temperature and sea surface temperature in July of that year was from the average value, and it is at a glance that the ground surface temperature and sea surface temperature continue to rise year by year. I understand.
The US Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stated that the characteristics of the surface and sea surface temperatures in July 2019 were 'high worldwide.' North America, South Asia, Southern Africa, North Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Western Pacific and Northern North America, Africa, Asia, Oceania, Caribbean, Hawaii, and Gulf of Mexico It was particularly hot. In the image below, the dark red area is the area where 'record heat' was observed.
Comparing the annual land surface temperature and sea surface temperature from January to the end of July, 2019 is the second highest in history, along with 2017. The United States Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says '2019 is almost certain to be
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