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Describe what type of tools are used to help scientists gather information about climate and global warming?
Most scientists believe global warming is one of the major problems facing our planet at the present time. Humans release 30 billion tons of CO2 from fossil sources each year,… which is accumulating faster than it can be absorbed, and this "greenhouse" gas is driving up the planet's temperature. If we poll just climate scientists on this issue, close to 97% concur with this assessment.
they call those people non warmers
Scientists say that Global Warming is happening faster than expected. It is a common knowledge nowadays. Don't you watch the news or watch TV's channels the National Geography… or Discovery? For God's sake; Do you live on earth or are you asking from another planet?
Cladograms are an example of one type of tool scientists use to help organize information what is a way cladograms are used?
To show evolutionary relationships based on traits
Mostly, it will lead us into a terrible ending of our usual lives once global warming has reached its unsustainable level, but that's like waaaaaay in the future. Other than t…hat, there are very few positive sides of the situation. First one is that theres more carbon in the area, promoting growth to nearby plants in numerous human cities. Another is that since the ocean depth is rising some areas of drought may already be restored with water (as an ocean front not drinkable water). And the hydroelectric companys are probably recievely far more stock revenue than ever since people like turning up the A/C. But other than that, we are all going to be killed if we can't stop our convienient habits.
Global warming, at its most simplistic, simply results in hotter weather. The difference over the entire twentieth century is only 0.75 degrees Celsius, an apparently smal…l increment, but what is really happening tends to be a slightly higher number of very hot days in some areas. Moreover, local effects can mean that certain areas suffer from periods of unprecedented heatwave. For example, Moscow, renowned for its cold weather, recently experienced a long period with temperatures over 40 degrees C (104 degrees Fahrenheit). Changing patterns to wind and ocean currents can result in the freezing winters recently experienced in the United States or, at worst, moving the Gulf Stream away from the United Kingdom a dire effect which, if it occurs, would lower the temperature of the British Isles dramatically, with devastating consequences. So global warming can mean local cooling, at least on an occasional or random basis. We have already begun to experience more frequent severe hurricanes, and can probably add tornadoes to that. Of the 8 years with the most hurricanes since 1851, 3 have been in the last 20 years and only one prior to 1916. Of the 8 years with the most major hurricanes since 1851, 3 have been in the last 20 years and none prior to 1926. The year 2005 was the year with the highest Accumulated Cyclone Energy. Some areas will experience more frequent severe flooding, while other areas will experience severe and prolonged droughts. The Arctic sea ice is expected soon to melt entirely during summer months. Rising sea levels and more powerful storm surges will devastate some communities along the coasts and in low-lying areas. A: Actual data points to the fact that Level 5 Hurricanes have decreased in numbers over the past several decades. As a matter of fact, recent data of total storm intensity (ACE) is showing an overall downward trend to the lowest levels overall since 1977. ACE is the convolution or combination of a storm's intensity and longevity. Put simply, a long-lived very powerful Category 3 hurricane may have more than 100 times the ACE of a weaker tropical storm that lasts for less than a day. Over a season or calendar year, all individual storm ACE is added up to produce the overall seasonal or yearly ACE. Detailed tables of previous monthly and yearly ACE. These were found on the Florida State Website. The issue we have with pre 1979 data is summed up by A journal of Science writer, Landsea: "Extreme hurricanes like Katrina were likely as common around the world 30 years ago as they are today, Landsea says. But since satellite imagery was poorer, storm intensities were underreported." A: Global warming changes the climate because of the way the earth is warming, therefore creating water temperatures to also rise, and changing weather, with really bad storms.
Yes. The application of scientific knowledge has proven that global warming is real and has established that it is, amongst other factors, the result of human activities such …as burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas).
It helps to see how fast global warming its taking its affect on earth and its o zone layer.
You can go check buy going to my computer right clicking then select manage. from there you can look at all the different hardware and software specs.
Qualitative Information - color,shape, texture, etc. As opposed to quantitative information. But the questions flawed as humans have many more than five senses.
The process scientist use to gather information is the Scientific Method Devinthedev Productions Site: Devinthedev.wall.fm Phone: 386-227-6192
The way to gather evidence would be to search websites and carefully choose which websites to use. Typically, edu and gov websites have more accurate information available. …It would also be advisable to speak with local science departments that will have information on the most recent research studies being conducted on the matter.