researchers working on the ice shelf of Antarctica, have vacated prior to the impending demolition of a huge iceberg of the UK research base “Halley VI”. As the BBC reported, left all the employees at the Station. There is a cause for concern for the stability of the Brunt ice Shelf, on the research station.

According to Nasa could cancel in the vicinity of the Station, a huge iceberg from the Antarctic ice shelf, the mountain was almost twice as large as Berlin. A precise date could not be predicted.

Professor David Vaughan, according to the head of the polar research programme, British Antarctic Survey as a research Director, is observed on the Station the ice using GPS data. Although had been found in the ice changes in the vicinity of a crack, around the research station Halley with only minor deformations of the ice were to be seen. The closure of the Station’s success as a precautionary measure, The employees should not be exposed to unnecessary risk.

The British scientists to leave the research station in the Other for the first Time: In the past two years the Station had been closed in the Winter. The employees are to return in November 2019 for the “Halley VI”.

time OnlineKartenJoe Raedle/climate change! What does that mean?

global warming is threatening the world, but how exactly? We will explain weather, climate and why the change is so dangerous.

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Ban Ki-Moon, UN Secretary General

say, why is this a Problem:

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The weather

… is the state of the atmosphere at a certain time in a certain place.

What is weather, what is climate?

The climate

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All good

Unfortunately, no: a Lot of damage are no longer change. The earth is warming in any case. Also, the 2°C warming affect Ecosystems around the world and threatening the livelihoods of millions of people. It is only the scale of the disaster can be contained.Please enable JavaScript to load map view history …

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Hot summer, high water, consequences of climate change.

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