hliu092 发表于 2021-1-2 15:47:49

'Hot Spots' in Climate Changes/气候变化的‘热点’

This is the article 5 in the theme 'Astronomy and Earth Science/天体与地球科学' of Journal of Environment and Health Science (ISSN 2413-1628).

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hliu092 发表于 2021-1-2 15:48:12

Article 5. Why does Ocean between NZ and Australia a Climate Change "Hot spot" in Climate Change?/为什么新西兰与澳大利亚之间的海洋成为了气候变化的热点问题?

Author: Liu Huan, MSc (First Class Honous), The University of Auckland

Firstly, the ozone depletion leads to higher radiation of UV-B in this region; Secondly, the ocean current in this region is the vortex form so that heat can be hardly transferred into other ocean area; thirdly, there would be more oceanic volcano in this regions than other regions.

A public class from Jamie Morton, School of Environment. 2016. The University of Auckland.

Published after graduation on 05/09/2016; Revised on 01/01/2021.

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