Temperatures in the Iberian Peninsula can rise up to five degrees

Study by the University of Aveiro published in Climate Dynamics outlines scenarios up to 2100

The temperatures of the Iberian Peninsula will increase in a very worrying way during this century, warns a study by the University of Aveiro (UA) that predicts increases in the average temperature of two to three degrees until the year 2100. five or six degrees centigrade.

The study, signed by researchers from the Center for the Study of the Environment and the Sea (CESAM) of the UA David Carvalho, Susana Cardoso Pereira and Alfredo Rocha, projected and analyzed surface temperatures in the Iberian Peninsula for two future periods, the first from 2046 to 2065 and the other from 2081 to 2100.


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