The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said on Friday that July was the hottest month on Earth on record, with climate change playing a role in setting a new record.
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– NOAA (NOAA) August 13, 2021
The average surface temperature in July 2021 was 0.01°C higher than the previous highest July temperature measured in 2016 and 2019, then in 2020, MTI transmitted the data. With that said, this year has been the hottest July since records began, and also the hottest ever – read the organization’s website.
A XX. In July of this year, the average surface temperature of the Earth (land and sea) was 15.8 degrees Celsius, 0.93 degrees higher than July this year. In the Northern Hemisphere, Earth’s surface temperatures were higher than any last July, 1.54 degrees higher than the previous record set in 2012.
NOAA has been measuring Earth’s temperature for 142 years.
The US agency measured the second hottest July in Europe, the same as July 2010 and only later than July 2018, and the hottest July in Asia since measurements began. According to his measurements, July 2021 was among the ten warmest July months in North and South America, Africa and Oceania.
The European Union’s Copernicus Atmospheric Observatory (C3S) said on August 5 that this year, along with last, was the third warmest month of July in the world since measurements began. According to C3S, only July 2010 was warmer than this year for Europe. Measurements made by the European Atmospheric Observatory date back to 1950, but are regularly reconciled with databases that have held records since the mid-19th century.
There are often slight differences between the measurements of the two organizations.
From the data so far, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has concluded that 2021 as a whole is expected to be among the 10 warmest years on record.
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