How much warmer is the Mediterranean becoming? : thirty-five years of satellite observations
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López García, María José Perfil
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2021
Global warming particularly affects the oceans and seas. In the Mediterranean Sea, in situ oceanographic and meteorological records, together with the most recent satellite observations, show an estimated warming of between 0.6 °C and 1 °C over the last three decades. In this article we present the results of an analysis of a 35-year series of monthly thermal images in the western basins of the Mediterranean. The data indicate an intensification in the summer season: with the summers becoming longer and more intense and the months of June and July recording the highest rates of warming, with increases of 0.6 °C/decade.

    López García, María José. How much warmer is the Mediterranean becoming? : thirty-five years of satellite observations. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 11 2021: 192-199

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