The next phase of climate change

The next phase of climate change

Matti Moilanen


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DRM: Vesileimaus

ISBN-13: 9789528049395

Kustantaja: Books on Demand

Julkaistu: 08.10.2021

Kieli: suomi

9,99 €

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The book is a study about the radical changes in climate change during the past 3 years. The last changes are very concerning, they suggest that the critical point has been crossed: the carbon dioxide in the air keeps on rising and the ocean acidity value pH has gone under 8.3. It is the value where the active carbon components in the water change. This in turn weakens the oceans' capability to buffer energy chemically permanently unless we don't get the acidity value pH to rise again over 8.3.
This study is based on the book I wrote 2 years ago about the dependencies between carbon dioxide in the air and acidification of oceans. The name of the book is "Climate change - ocean acidity". It is written using a mathematical approach to find out the essential factors. The models I used ended just before the great changes and couldn't forecast these two years. The models didn't include the knowledge of discontinuity points of ocean acidity because the models time period ended just to the first of them in history of registered climate history. This study tries to elucidate the situation where we are now and what are we heading from now on.
Matti Moilanen

Matti Moilanen

Matti Moilanen is M.Sc. (Technology) systems theory as a major subject. The modelling was a part of the education. The most important experiences at work have been taking part in the optimize modelling of Neste oil refinery, optimize modelling of a power plant and water tunnel (between lake Päijänne and city of Helsinki in Finland) dynamic modelling using a simulation model.
The climate change model began to interest me because the information about the results of the climate models were contradictory compared to the measured values. Moreover, the controversy between the climate scientists and sceptics got worse. That is why I ended up to find out about the global energy change model using the measurements found on the Internet and statistics. Chemistry must be included in handling the climate change.

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