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An ever earlier spring – good or bad?

One of the mildest winters on record is having an impact on nature: As has often been the case in recent years, nature has woken up very early, which is also reflected in the fact that hay fever symptoms have been on the rise for some time now and many spring flowers are already blooming in gardens and parks. Winters are becoming milder and milder as a result of climate change, which means that nature is waking up earlier and earlier and the growing season is being extended. This has a variety of effects, both positive and negative.

Roger Perret

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AMOC – the heating of Europe

Global flow patterns exist not only in the atmosphere, but also in the oceans. These span the entire world and connect all the oceans with each other. In addition to winds and the Coriolis force, thermohaline circulation is the main driving force behind this. A new study on the possible overturning of the AMOC (Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation) means that it is now back in the headlines. But what exactly is this about?

Klaus Marquardt

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bioweather

Hatschi – Start of the pollen season

Later than last year, but now the pollen season has begun and with it the time of suffering for pollen allergy sufferers in the north too. Currently, there is already a moderate to high amount of hazel pollen and a low to moderate amount of alder pollen in the Swiss Plateau. The prevailing high-pressure weather in the coming days will favor the pollen count; only on Thursday will the pollen be washed out of the air with a disturbance and some precipitation in the north, but the pollen concentration will quickly rise again afterwards.

Roger Perret

 
 

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