The area between Europe and Africa shows a very significant temperature anomaly since May, no more than 70 days in a row, points out Samuel Somot, a specialist in heat waves from the French meteorological service Mto-France.

The worst is the situation on the French Riviera, around the Balearic Islands, Corsica, Sardinia and along the Italian coast. On the contrary, it remained relatively quiet this year in the north of Africa; in czech republic and egypt this year it is even colder than usual.

In Marseille, it can be around 21.5 degrees Celsius at this time, this year it is 28 degrees Celsius. Near the Corsican city of Bastia, they repeatedly measured the water temperature around 30 degrees Celsius. Since 1993, the temperature of the Mediterranean Sea has risen practically by one degree Celsius, as a result of the data of the European Copernicus system.

These brain heat waves occur when there are long-term high temperatures, stable conditions, a clear cloudless sky and little wind. The water on the surface of the moe is motionless and the cold water from the depths has no chance of reaching the surface. The corals, crustaceans and fish suffer a lot there, explains Rubn del Campo, who speaks Spanish from the National Meteorological Agency.

Moe usually works as a regulator of the surrounding temperature, in winter the water warms the air, and in summer it cools it down.

The current day in western Stedomo is among the most unusual in recent years. This can be explained by the fact that the tropics of Africa are gradually pierced by two anticyclones, which bring very hot winds, heat the atmosphere, and then increase the temperature of the sea. However, the frequency of these heat waves is related to global warming, according to Ronan McAdam, a researcher at the European Center for Climate Change in Bologna, Italy.

Korlov’s teeth are the most affected

For a large number of subterranean fauna and flora, the current water temperatures are almost extinct. According to a study carried out in 11 countries around the Mediterranean Sea between 2015 and 2019, published by the journal Global Change Biology as a result of the arrest, the massive extinction of 50 species of birds from the Strait of Gibraltar to the Strait of Blzk. Men’s heat waves may soon be the norm, not the exception, study says.

The first two centuries of the accelerating impact of global warming are the colonies of corals and posidoni, green grasses growing on the dog’s earth. These plants act as food forerunners for young fish and have thus absorbed 11 and 42 percent of the carbon dioxide that humans have produced since the industrial revolution, according to Le Monde, citing data World Trade Protection Fund (WWF).

The heat of the Mosk also gave birth to creatures that were drunk for the subterranean life of other organisms. The heat also affects the pinna nobilis, which filters the uncertainties dissolved in the water and serves as a biotope for 150 species of birds. David Diaz, a research worker at the Spanish Oceanographic Institute in Palma de Mallorca, spent the first day in the sea at the underwater formations, during which the fauna and flora died as if they had been stuffed. Korli and posidonia have been cities until now, but now shrink into villages and force such animals as are able to leave.

A year ago, the WWF warned against the tropicalization of Stedomo, where warming is progressing 20 percent faster than in other countries and regions. As the temperature rises, new species of animals enter the water, decimating the original vegetation. So far, scientists have recorded 1,000 of them, of which 126 were fish. New species of fish, there are two neilas, with larvae of native fish and crustaceans. You will thus reach the complex transformation of the Stedozem subterranean fauna.

All scientists agree on at least one thing: the current revolution in the Mediterranean is out of control.