In this article, we will share The Highest Temperatures Recorded in Europe with you.
We found the highest temperatures officially registered in European countries for you and made them a map. The highest temperature was recorded in Turkey while the lowest temperature was recorded in Ireland.
Let’s see when and where temperatures are recorded.
Temperatures are increasing rapidly all over the world in recent years, especially in Europe. The biggest reason for this is global warming. Global warming that even changes the seasons; looking at the explanations of scientists is no longer irreversible. In recent years we see the hottest summers in the past and the colder winters in the past.
When you look at the table, you will see that the highest temperatures, in recent years, in many countries.
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||46.2°C||Mostar||1901|
|Slovenia||40.8°C||Cerklje ob Krki||2013|
The Effects of Global Warming on Temperature;
Global warming is a term used to determine the global atmospheric and the mean temperatures of the oceans. This phenomenon has become very detectable in the last 50 years and has gained importance. The average temperature of the Earth’s surface near the atmosphere has increased by 0.6 (± 0.2) ° C in the 20th century. Furthermore, the widespread scientific view on climate change is that “the increase in temperature over the past 50 years has produced noticeable effects on human life”.
The most important reason of Global Warming is the increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Especially some gases, such as carbon dioxide, water vapor, methane, cause the solar radiation to overheat, preventing the reflection of the sunlight and absorbing heat from this radiation.
Water vapor, unlike other greenhouse gases, is a dependent variable that is constant according to the severity of solar radiation and the average temperature of the planet. Therefore, it has a passive influence on global warming. However, other greenhouse gases, as an independent variable, can have an active impact on global warming. Carbon dioxide, for example, can be released intensely into the atmosphere by intense volcanic activity, or by burning fossil fuels by humans. This acts as a factor that can occur independently of the average temperature of the planet and results in an increase in mean heat.
Can We Stop Global Warming?
According to the common opinion in this regard, we can’t stop but slow down. According to the Global Warming Report, these are the things to do.
-We have to plant trees everywhere. Click here to see the effects of global warming on the forests.
-We must be able to renew our technological tools in a way that will not harm the world.
-We have to make new technological tools in a way that will not harm the world.
-Those who harm the world must be punished severely.
-We should slow urbanization.
-People need to build village-like cities.
-We have to do the industry so as not to harm the world.
-Engineers have to produce automobiles with steam power or with solar power.
-We must use low energy consuming instruments.
-We should not waste (water, electricity, etc.)
And finally, most importantly, we must keep our environment clean.