Climate Research

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[2] viXra:1704.0317 [pdf] submitted on 2017-04-24 09:02:56

Study of Tornadoes that Have Reached the State of Paraná

Authors: R. Gobato, A. Gobato, D. F. G. Fedrigo
Comments: 27 Pages. Parana Journal of Science and Education. PJSE v.2, n.1, 1-27(2016). For Full article:

Several tornadoes have solid recorded in the Midwest, Southeast and South of Brazil. The southern region of Brazil has been hit by several of them in the last decade, highlighted the state of Paraná a to record three tornadoes in 2015. The work is a survey of tornadoes that caused major damage to the Paraná population, relevance those who reached the Balsa Nova counties, Francisco Beltrão, Cafelândia, Nova Aurora and Marechal Cândido Rondon. The main cause because it is related to El Niño which has caused a significant rise in temperature and water vapor present in the atmosphere in the state’s regions in surroundings that influence the climate of the state. Another likely factor is the increase in global temperature of the planet, a ripple effect on the warming of Pacific Ocean waters. The meeting is the possibility of the formation of large storms that funnel and reach the states of Paraná and Santa Catarina. Overall fronts storms fall into two, forming a separation channel as a wave, their crests (storms) and valleys (lull), advancing the state of Paraná.
Category: Climate Research

[1] viXra:1704.0031 [pdf] replaced on 2018-01-03 14:13:22

The World Population in the Past and in the Future

Authors: Sjaak Uitterdijk
Comments: 3 Pages.

The world population is known through censuses, but up to 1950 only by approximation. The more accurate the past is known, the better the future can be predicted therefrom. The approximations, together with the more precise-looking counts after 1950, are processed into a natural looking curve for the period 1800 up to now. Using the mathematical expression for this curve, predictions can be calculated for the future. In addition an extremely simple model has been realized for the growth of a population. Mutual comparison of the two curves results in interesting conclusions, of which the most important one is that the solution of the climate problem must be sought in the reduction of the world population.
Category: Climate Research