As the professor said, phenomena will be observed in areas that were not previously observed. “There is a spread of the phenomena, as we see from the Cyclades”
Severe weather events they will increase in frequency and intensity as we are in the midst of a climate crisis, said the president of the OASP and professor of Geology, Efthymios Lekkasspeaking to SKAI and the show “Morning News”.
“The situation has completely changed in recent years, if we analyze today’s data”, pointed out Mr. Lekkas,
As he said, phenomena will be observed in areas that were not previously observed. “There is a spread of the phenomena, as we see from the Cyclades,” he said.
For these reasons, the professor emphasized that more and more valid scientific information is required from all operational agencies at national and international level. “And they should adapt to this knowledge so that we can be more effective”, he added.
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