winter temperatures geoengineering aims to 'shop' in a giant block of ice to cool the water and Ulaanbaatar in summer
Mongolia is to launch one of the largest glaciers in the world by experimenting later this month in an attempt to fight against the harmful effects of global warming and the effect of urban heat island .geoengineering
The trial, which is funded by the Government of Ulaanbaatar, is to "store" the freezing temperatures of winter in a huge block of ice and water will help cool the city, as it melts slowly during the summer.The scientists who conducted the
1 billion Tugrik (£ 460,000) for the project hope that the process will reduce the energy demand of air conditioners and drinking water supplies and regular irrigation . If successful, the model could be applied to other cities in the Far North.The qualities of naleds (also known as aufeis, German for "ice on top") have been known for hundreds of years. The North Korean army used to construct the crossing of the River reservoirs during the winter and Russia was used as drilling platforms. But engineers generally regarded in negative terms, as a threat to the railways and bridges.
The Anglo-Mongolia believe that the proposed use in Ulaanbaatar could set a positive example that allows northern cities around the world to save on air conditioning costs in summer, a steady supply of alcohol use, and create microclimates costs.
"Everyone is panicking about melting glaciers and ice caps, but no one has yet found a cheap alternative, environment," said Robin Grayson a geologist Mongolia-based. "If you know how to handle, shields naled ice permafrost can repair and construction of parks in cold cities." He said that the process works in cities where the summer is extremely hot and winters with at least a couple of months with temperatures of-20C to 5C.
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