Results I gathered an extensive variety of research material on the topic of the climate change in Kazakhstan. My research questions were: Has the climate changed in Kazakhstan? How has global warming impacted on nature in Kazakhstan? What can we do to reduce the effects of climate change? Has the climate changed in Kazakhstan?
Tropical Moist Climates- Rainforest Biome 2. This climate maintains warm and moist temperatures year round. The winter season usually has more rain than the summer, but overall, precipitation is rather consistent, estimating about 100 inches a year. One could expect 80-degree temperatures and wispy cumulus clouds overhead in the early morning and afternoon. 3.
The temperature in Gobi is rising in the summer, however winter temperatures will decline to below the freezing point, the first snow will drop in September. Some areas of Gobi receive only one measurable precipitation every two to three years. Taklimakan Desert, located in the west of Gobi, sandwiched between the Kunlun Mountains and Tianshan Mountains. It is hotter than Gobi. The Taklimakan desert is the largest desert
There are two types of weather in years including dry season from December 11-12 last year to April the following year and the rainy season from May to October. The highest temperature is 28,5oC in Jyly, the lowest average one is 15,6oC in January and the annual average temperature is 23,4oC. The average humidity is not much difference between the months of the year, about 86% annually, moreover, the highest May of sunny hours per month was 199.4 hours, the lowest in March was 14.6 hours and the average number was 98.7 hours. Both partly upstream water from the Peace put on and rainwater from the mountains from Thanh Hoa poured are the reason why appears the round of heavy rain( 1985, 1994) and Gia Vien district, Nho Quan, Yen Mo, Hoa Lu Frequent natural disasters and widespread flooding. In winter, the tropical air from Siberia spills down high pressure makes lower remperature, dry cold weather often, with average one below 18oC.
They only form near the equator where ocean waters are warmer, and mostly happened between the end of summer and the beginning of fall when the water is evaporated. Hurricanes are classified into 5 categories based on the speed of the wind. This scale is known as Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale. A tropical cyclone called hurricane when the wind speed of it gets to at least 74 mph (33 m/s; 64 kn; 119 km/h) which is the wind speed of Category 1. Hurricanes form when the sea's surface temperature increases above 26C.
The global climate change and its consequences are leaving a bad impact on the countries to face poverty and hotter temperatures. Climate change impacts include temperature rise, greenhouse and carbon dioxide gas emissions, erratic rainfall, salinity intrusion, the rise of floods, cyclones, storm surges and draught, ice sheets melting which will seriously affect the agriculture, and the world. Researchers agree that climate change is a fact.Temperatures have been increasing
The year 1928 was also the driest year recorded in the data analysed with only 535.1 mm recorded, this could be the end or middle of the El Nino during that time period. There was a laps in recordings during years 1916 and 1917 with reasons mentioned in the introduction section. 1929-1949 Between the years 1929 and 1949 the rainfall was no constant and there was a pattern of several years with average rainfall and several years without. This can be classified as an unsettled phase. The two aerial photos following below are from 1937 and 1948, unfortunately the exact dates on which they were captured are unknown, comparison between the two display that there is little change in both human activities and the surrounding environment.
In mountainous areas, such as Inle Lake and Pyin U Lwin, winter temperatures can drop below 10 ° C at night, while daytime temperatures are generally very pleasant. Even in summer, temperatures rarely exceed 32 ° C. Near the Indian border, in Kachin State, there are snow-capped mountains all the time. Geography Myanmar has a total area of 678,500 square kilometers (262,000 square miles). It lies between latitudes 9 ° and 29 ° N, and longitudes 92 ° and 102 ° E. February 2011, Myanmar is composed of 14 states and regions, 67 districts, 330 municipalities, 64 sub-municipalities, 377 cities, 2.914 neighborhoods, 14,220 village districts and 68,290
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The climate is long term changes of atmospheric phenomenon and weather is a short term change. Weather tells about the present climate conditions occurring in the same area at the same time prevailing for no longer than two weeks. From time to time they both are exchangeable, but vary in distance of the time period they measure. Meteorology is the science of the atmosphere. “Meteorology” word originates from the Greek word “meteoron” which implies something that passes high in the sky.