According to Tabnak, this is a question that has occupied the minds of some Iranians in recent days; The question that the publication of a report in one of the news agencies and the proposition of "climate war" and naming the Zionist regime as the cause of this war with our country, has become even more prominent.
According to the report, what has happened to Lorestan and what is expected of large areas of Khuzestan, and more importantly, has caused disaster in Shiraz and Golestan, is likely to be intentional and hostile. Just like the possibility that is raised by some after a devastating and deadly earthquake and the cause is introduced as harp.
But how accurate are these statements, and probably what do experts think about them?
To investigate this issue, we decided to go to one of the experts in the field of atmospheric sciences and meteorology. Dr. Javad Badagh Jamali, a member of the faculty of the Faculty of Environment and Secretary General of the Iranian Meteorological Scientific Association, who has completed a postdoctoral fellowship in applied meteorology in Japan and has extensive management and research background in this field.
"Sometimes temperature fluctuations in the Pacific Ocean (the phenomenon of the southern El Niینo or Enso oscillation) can affect a country's drought and rainfall thousands of miles away. It should be noted that Enso is an atmospheric-oceanic phenomenon that the formation of different phases requires fluctuations in water temperature at the surface and depths of the tropical Pacific, which correlates with changes in large-scale atmospheric currents.
Occasionally, the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) index can affect precipitation in different regions. The Northern Fluctuation Index is based on the difference in normalized sea level pressure (P) between the tropics (Azores) and the low polar pressure (Iceland). The North Atlantic oscillation actually represents the changes of westerly winds on the North Atlantic at a distance of 40 to 60 degrees.
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