Пожарът в Македонски Брод се разширява


 
03 August 2017

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Macedonia - Пожарът, който дълго време е активен в района на Македонски брод вчера в следобедните часове се е разпространил на територията на Община Гостивар, в района на селата Корито и Желязна река. Пожарът е на непристъпен за превозни средства, което затруднява неговото гасене, информира Центърът за управление на кризи, цитиран от македонската медия "Макфакс"и агенция ФОКУС.

В пожара бушува на места, обрасли със суха трева, смърч, както и смесена гора. При село Страяне той е локализиран, а от другата страна е все още активен. В района на село Корито горят сухи треви и пасища, но състоянието там не е опасно.

Според постъпилите информация до 8 часа тази сутрин пожарът в района на село Требовле все още е активен, но засега няма опасност за самото селото.
В района ва Тетово пожарът, който е активен в село Здуне има тенденция за разширяване в района на село Гургурница.
Пожарът в района между селата Девич и Грешница е активен, но в момента няма опасност в населено място.

English version of the news. Note: the news has been translated by Google translator.

The fire in Makedonski Brod is expanding

The fire, which has been active for a long time in Macedonian Brod area yesterday in the afternoon, has spread to Gostisar Municipality, near the villages of Korito and Jelyazna River. The fire is inaccessible to vehicles, which makes it difficult to quash it, informs the Crisis Management Center, quoted by Macedonian media Makfax and FOCUS agency.

The fire rages in places overgrown with dry grass, spruce, and a mixed forest. In the village of Stryane it is localized and on the other side is still active. In the area of ​​the village of Korito, dry grass and pastures burn, but the condition there is not dangerous.

According to the information received by 8 am this morning, the fire in the area of ​​Trebbul village is still active, but for the time being there is no danger for the village itself.
In the area of ​​Tetovo, the fire, which is active in the village of Zdune, tends to expand in the area of ​​the village of Gurgunitsa.
The fire in the area between the villages of Dević and Gresknica is active, but there is no danger at the moment in the village.

An international team of climate researchers from the US, South Korea and the UK has developed a new wildfire and drought prediction model for southwestern North America. Extending far beyond the current seasonal forecast, this study published in the journal Scientific Reports could benefit the economies with a variety of applications in agriculture, water management and forestry.

Over the past 15 years, California and neighboring regions have experienced heightened conditions and an increase in numbers with considerable impacts on human livelihoods, agriculture, and terrestrial ecosystems. This new research shows that in addition to a discernible contribution from natural forcings and human-induced global warming, the large-scale difference between Atlantic and Pacific ocean temperatures plays a fundamental role in causing droughts, and enhancing wildfire risks.

"Our results document that a combination of processes is at work. Through an ensemble modeling approach, we were able to show that without anthropogenic effects, the droughts in the southwestern United States would have been less severe," says co-author Axel Timmermann, Director of the newly founded IBS Center for Climate Physics, within the Institute for Basics Science (IBS), and Distinguished Professor at Pusan National University in South Korea. "By prescribing the effects of man-made climate change and observed global ocean temperatures, our model can reproduce the observed shifts in weather patterns and wildfire occurrences."



Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-07-atlanticpacific-ocean-temperature-difference-fuels.html#jCp
An international team of climate researchers from the US, South Korea and the UK has developed a new wildfire and drought prediction model for southwestern North America. Extending far beyond the current seasonal forecast, this study published in the journal Scientific Reports could benefit the economies with a variety of applications in agriculture, water management and forestry.
 

Over the past 15 years, California and neighboring regions have experienced heightened conditions and an increase in numbers with considerable impacts on human livelihoods, agriculture, and terrestrial ecosystems. This new research shows that in addition to a discernible contribution from natural forcings and human-induced global warming, the large-scale difference between Atlantic and Pacific ocean temperatures plays a fundamental role in causing droughts, and enhancing wildfire risks.

"Our results document that a combination of processes is at work. Through an ensemble modeling approach, we were able to show that without anthropogenic effects, the droughts in the southwestern United States would have been less severe," says co-author Axel Timmermann, Director of the newly founded IBS Center for Climate Physics, within the Institute for Basics Science (IBS), and Distinguished Professor at Pusan National University in South Korea. "By prescribing the effects of man-made climate change and observed global ocean temperatures, our model can reproduce the observed shifts in weather patterns and wildfire occurrences."



Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-07-atlanticpacific-ocean-temperature-difference-fuels.html#jCp