Where did the heat of planet Earth disappear?

Since 1999, febrile fever the surface of the earth has suddenly slowed down. Also suddenly increased greenhouse gas emissions. Although most climatologists do not think this break means ending the global warming, however, they cannot fully determine what it is the slowdown of this process that is caused. Some researchers It is believed that the natural climate cycle in the northern part The Atlantic Ocean absorbed a significant portion of the produced Ground heat. However, they believe that in the ocean global Earth’s warming continues to gain momentum despite Remaining without drastic changes in air temperature. According to this idea, the ocean absorbs the heat of the Earth, which slows down the processes global warming. In an effort to test this hypothesis oceanographer Hianyuo Chen and his assistant Dong studied temperature Pacific data however missing heat that could explain the break in global warming, never found. Then this pair of scientists began to study other oceans until it discovered a “leak” of heat in the North Atlantic. However, these indicators are not one hundred percent evidence. that the northern part of the Atlantic Ocean absorbs heat Of the earth. Nevertheless, it was possible to find out for sure that heat content (a measure of stored energy) of the North Atlantic slightly changed in 1999, which coincides with the beginning of the break in the process of global warming. Also the south atlantic also took on some of the total heat of the earth.

These regions receive more heat than all the rest combined oceans (including the Pacific Ocean). How did it happen that relatively small atlantic ocean managed to cool a whole planet? The likely culprit is natural the climatic cycle of surface currents that form circulation of the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. He is also part of oceans cycle. In the North Atlantic area, warm salty water flows to the north, then gradually cools and falls, and then it carries it back towards the equator, where it again Heats up and so on in a circle. When masses of water sink, they give their heat to the depths of the ocean. Between 1945 and 1975, this the cycle was in a cool phase and absorbed atmospheric heat in fast pace. Toward the end of this cycle, in the 70s, scientists noticed a drop in ambient temperatures and even steel talk about impending global cooling. However in soon the cycle returned to the warming phase, which corresponds to a rapid surge in global temperatures. Finally, from 1999 onwards currently, it has switched back to quick cooling mode. Such natural cycles of global warming and cooling periodically alternating, not allowing our planet to overheat or Too cool. However, many other scientists are still convinced that it is the Pacific that plays an important role in containing global warming. Be that as it may, the cycles of both oceans have a similar development.

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