Scientists explain the cause of the catastrophic floods in Germany

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Scientists explain the cause of the catastrophic floods in Germany

A group of scientists from Newcastle University (UK) and the Met Office have published material predicting a significant increase in the number of intense and slow moving storms due to climate change.

It was they, by the way, that caused the recent floods in Germany and Belgium, writes Phys.org.

According to experts' forecasts, by the end of the 21st century, such cataclysms will begin to occur on land about 14 times more often than now.

The only way to prevent all of this is to limit greenhouse gas emissions. According to scientists, today the governments of different countries are too slowly engaged in their reduction, which leads to an acceleration of global warming.

Note that the model created by experts predicts an increase in the number of slow storms throughout Europe.

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