The weather conditions that fueled record-shattering wildfires in eastern Canada earlier this summer. It sent plumes of hazardous air into the US. Were made more likely and more intense by the climate crisis, according to a new report published Tuesday.잭팟
Scientists from the World Weather Attribution initiative. It calculates the role of climate change in extreme weather events. It is found human-caused climate change . More than doubled the likelihood of hot, dry and windy condition. It is drove the Quebec fires between May and July. It also made this fire-prone weather at least 20% more intense.슬롯 하는법
The severity of Quebec’s fire season up to the end of July was also made 50% more intense by climate change, according to the report.
Climate change’s impact may be much greater than the study’s figures show, said Friederike Otto, co-founder of WWA and senior lecturer. The Grantham Institute in the UK, who added that the report had used the most conservative estimates.
Wildfires are complex to study. It is because of the tangle of factors that influence them, but scientists say climate change, driven by the burning of fossil fuels, is loading the dice in favor of more devastating fires.슬롯게임
“It’s becoming evident that the dry and warm conditions conducive to wildfires are becoming more common and more intense around the world as a result of climate change,” said Clair Barnes, a research associate at the Grantham Institute and a report author.