IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON AIR TEMPERATURE INCREASE
Average global temperatures have increased over the last decades and a further rising trend is predicted. Such events are usually explained in the scientific community because of increased concentrations of greenhouse gases, as evidenced by reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The paper presents data on the concentration of greenhouse gases in the territory of the Republic of Serbia for 1999, 1998 and 2013. Comparison of air temperature as one of the basic climatic elements was performed. This is done by using the data processing meteorological stations in Kragujevac. Data were compared to the state of air temperature for the period 1961-90. years and 1981-2010. years. The obtained results show that the air temperature increased by 0.6° degrees Celsius.
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