E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Section||Digital Technology in Environmental Protection|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Modern warming, medieval and ancient optimums as the result of orbital changes in the Earth-Moon-Sun system
Moscow Region State University, 10A, Radio str, 105005, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The root cause of modern climate warming is the influence of gravitational forces on the geospheres of our planet, determined by the orbital configuration of the Earth-Moon-Sun system. The annual changes in the position of the total vector of gravitational forces in space visually reflects the movement of the shadow cone of solar eclipses around the globe. The aim and novelty of the study is to identify the relationship between the number of years with four to five polar eclipses (in periods of pessimums, their number reaches 15-17 years, and in periods of optimums – 2-7 years in a century) and glaciation processes, such as the Fernau fluctuation, Late Antique Little Ice Age, or processes of warming and degradation of glaciers in the Roman and Medieval optimums. The research methods were study, generalization of materials, data synthesis, logical and graphical analysis. The anthropogenic causes of modern warming, which will last until the middle of the 22nd century, are secondary. In the second half of the 22nd century, and throughout the entire 24th century, the advance of the alpine glaciers will be associated with the conditions of the climatic pessimum. Solar activity, planetary factors and processes - volcanic activity, current intensity, heat transfer with the World Ocean – can noticeably strengthen or weaken both the manifestation of optimums and pessimums. The results of the study, taking into account other factors, can be used in the retroanalysis of the periods of glaciation in centuries before the Common Era and the prediction of them in the future.
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