Journal of Climatology & Weather Forecasting

ISSN - 2332-2594


Geophysical Monitoring and Evaluation Criteria of Climate Change

Singh P, Singh RD, Rajput P

The global climate change indicates increasing geophysical incidences, earthquakes, cyclones, melting of glaciers, floods, and drought etc. These incidences are the impacts of global climate change indicating to serious inter-related problems in spatial dimensions–four dimensional space length, width, height and time. The vertical geophysical analysis is made by selecting the locations on the basis of sensivity of geophysical conditions indicated by temperature, humidity, precipitation and the physical, chemical processes of five elements of environment- air, physical materials, water, energy (temperature) and space. The energy or material fields have been explained by Eienstein in theory of relativity and unified field theory, indicating to a process of impact of changes on the other spatial dimensions. The system theory explains that any physical change affects the biological and human systems. The analysis of the processes is made in dynamic system theory of input-output changes between the systems and sub-systems by scoping of the dimensions and resolution levels. Due to increased human activities and large scale material use in industrialization and globalization processes, the geophysical structure and attributes have undergone serious changes as an induced effect of the natural geophysical processes. The monitoring of geophysical conditions in spatial dimensions indicates to the threat of life because of intermittent and cumulative induction process following the law of thermodynamics, fluvial processes and structural changes. This paper examines the geophysical conditions and changes in time and space to indicate to the human activities in industrial civilization and threat to life on earth. It also provides regulatory mechanisms of sub-systems in geophysical space which regulates life cycle and human activities.