tech2 News Staff
Dec 12, 2018 13:00 PM IST
Since the 1800s, we have turned people back to a natural, long-term cold movement that goes back at least 50 million years. And everything he gave us, according to the survey, was two hundred years.
The Earth's weather by 2030 is similar to the middle of Pliocene the Earth, which took place almost 3 million years ago in geological time. If our emissions continue to be confirmed, our climate would be by 2150 compared to the Eocene time that was cheap and cheap for 50 million years ago.
"If we are thinking about the future in terms of the past, where we are going to have distinctive boundaries for human society," Kevin Burke, the main author of the research and paleoecologist researcher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, to tell university papersSouth Westerly
"We move to really dramatic changes over a very fast time frame, and turn planetary cooling movements in some times."
Every species that traveled on the Earth and its; swim at the seas that had a ancestor living in eocene and Pliocene. It is not a identity that human and future and future plants and animals can adapt to these changes quickly.
The rate of change seems faster faster than anything that is past life on the planet.
"We can use the time as a guide to understanding the future, which is so different from anything we got into our lives," paleoecologist John "Jack" MacUilleam, senior Geography of Wisconsin-Madison University, to tell the papers.
"People have a hard time to explain what the world is like five or 10 years ago. This is a tool for producing that – as we will descend these routes and use deep geological translation from Earth's history to consider changes in time. "
Deep geese studies will analyze the pre-oral components of the ancient Earth that have accumulated over a sample of land to date the format and conditions of that geological period. It is believed that soil and organic material from the Pliocene would be different from those in the Eocene century in which; deep geological shape.
The models made in the survey show that these properties first appeared in central continents and then, spread into the seas. Increasing temperatures, increase in shelter, ice caps have mixed melting and climate near Earth poles, changes common to Pliocene and today.
The results of the research have a greater impact on geologists, scientists to change climate and Earth historians, but researchers Strive the right balance between riot and hope.
On the one hand, Earth has gone into an unidentified country over the past two or three generations. On the other hand, life has long been stable.
"We saw great things that happened in the Earth's history – new species came to life, life continues and species are alive. But many species are lost, and we & # 39; stay on this planet, "Williams to tell the papers.
"Concerning things are about, so this work identifies how we can use our Earth history and history to understand changes today and how best we can change us. "