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2050 May See The End Of Winter, Says An Australian Tool

A project has been taken up by the academics from the School of Art & Design and the ANU Climate Change Institute colleagues, which analyzes previously acquired data and communicates the effects of climate change in such a way that people can take the necessary precautions and also better understand the climate. The new tool will visualize all the obtained data and provides a climatic result of up to 2050. It has been found by the tool that the Australians will no more have winter just like they got to know today and in the future will experience a new season named “New Summer.”

New Summer will show the temperature rising up to 40 ºC for the most part of the period. The tool allows one to check the local weather that will exist or change by 2050 in almost all parts of Australia. After comparing the previous average temperatures observed in each and every season with the tool obtained data, the end result obtained was that there was no specific time duration for winter. Within the next 30 Years, there will be no winter or else it will be present only in Tasmania and nowhere else on the globe. The tool is designed to make use of the data from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) and Scientific Information for Land Owners (SILO) and calculate even an average rise in temperature in each location and also the periods till when certain locations will experience over 30 or 40 degrees in 2050.

The tool will also portray the climate changes going to affect particular places in a visual format as well. A single snapshot will have different colors, shapes, and sizes depicting the entire year’s temperature variations. The basic idea is to convey the truth about the climatic changes that will be observed by 2050 through graphs, infographics, and data so as to make it more presentable and memorable. According to the Harvard scientists, the idea of spraying chemicals to block sunlight can help curb global warming without any side effects. Spraying aerosols may be dangerous but not as much as the devastating impacts of the climatic changes. Currently, the new idea is being tested using chalk dust about 12 Miles high before actuality.

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David Lamy owns the Bachelor in Atmospheric Science Degree. He is associated with Industry News USA from last 2 years. With proficiency in his work, David obtained a strong position at Industry News USA and heads the Science section. “Weather forecasting” is the field of his interest. He bags total 5 years of experience in this field. Apart from his routine work, David loves to explore his cooking skills. He has participated in various cookery shows.

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