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Scientists still can't say for sure, waiting for the earthlings to global warming or the onset of the ice age in the coming years. But researchers from the University claim that does occur the rise in world temperature, which will inevitably lead to the melting of glaciers. According to experts, the threat of flooding exists in some regions of Russia. After half a century melted ice can cause the disappearance of Yakutia, Yamal, Komi Republic, Arkhangelsk, Murmansk areas, and also Krasnoyarsk region.
To such conclusion experts have come, having studied the data a number of stations, as well as comparing their predictions with the results of studies of Japanese, German and French scientists.
According to experts, temperatures in the Arctic continue to rise. Now the temperature reached -5 degrees (that's 5 degrees higher compared to the end of the last century). When the temperature will overcome the mark of 0 degrees, the glaciers will begin to melt with greater intensity. According to Vyacheslav Zakharov, a representative of the research group, the risk of flooding of the above mentioned regions is quite high. It is likely that in the next 5 decades will be a major catastrophe. Care under the water of the Yamal Peninsula will affect oil and gas infrastructure.
Reported that an international group of researchers have begun to develop so-called verified climate models of the Arctic part of Russia. To have a full understanding of the magnitude of the threat, the experts needed to explore all the available data. Scientists say that all the regions of Western Siberia will suffer if you will start the active process of melting glaciers.
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