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European Heat Wave July 2003 Prez
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The European Heat Wave was one of the deadliest heat wave. There was thousands of death but the deaths consist of people at young age and old people. The temperature was over 100°F and sweat was everywhere!!
In July 2003, a summer heatwave in Europe that lasted 7 day. Over 20,000 people died. The temperature was around 43 Celsius. Some died from thirst. Most died from the heat itself. Forests burned downed from the fires. Houses burned down.
As the climate is increasing we have to help decrease it and we can help by lowering the number of cars and anything that produces carbon we are using. We can also do community work instead of wasting power with computers.
How is the climate worst
The climate is worst than before because the tinder leaves are catch on fire by just being shine on by the sun. This will be a long lasting effect because we depend so much on automobiles that we make even more of them which make carbon dioxide go in the air when we use it. This will effect our species because it will be harder to breath and become even hotter then usual.
European Heat Wave, July 2003
An anti-cyclone strongly anchored over the western European land mass. Not letting the rain from the Atlantic ocean. This situation was exceptional in the extended length of time (over 20 days) during which it conveyed very hot dry air up from south of the Mediterranean
How it Happen