How do seasons change the climate in the Amazon rainforest?
Of course not, its a rain forrest. It rains all the time!
The Amazon rainforest is in danger because if the forest will be cut down the animals will be affected, there is very rare animals living in the Amazon rainforest. Also the environment, everyone goes on about climate change and how bad it is. Cutting down a rainforest will affect the weather. Also the tourism will be affected when I went we got someone that lived near to guide us around the Amazon Rainforest, we payed…
If the Amazon Rainforest is cleared, every living on Earth will also die because it gives us 20% of the oxygen we breathe and 60% of all the fresh water on Earth! It also removes hundreds of tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, which gas is causing global warming and climate change. Please help us from it being destroyed or otherwise you too will die with it!
Yes, the climate of France does change during the seasons. In summer it can be very warm, particularly in the south of France. Winters can be cold, particularly in the mountainous regions, like in the French Alps. France has a large coastline on the Atlantic Ocean, and it can be quite stormy along it in winter months in particular.
If the Earths rotation axis was shifted so that it had no tilt with respect to the orbit how would the seasons be affected?
To help save the rainforest, simply live in a way which doesn’t hurt the environment. Don’t buy tropical woods, such as mahogany, teak, and many others. Instead, look for American woods suck as oak, cherry, walnut, and beech. Use recycled products. Buying recycled paper prevents more of the Amazon’s trees from being cut down. Plastic and glass can be recycled to prevent the use of additional land being for landfills. To save the Amazon rainforest…
Greenhouse gases keep the planet warm, and have done for millions of years. Too much greenhouse gas, like extra carbon dioxide, causes accelerated climate change. Forests and the earth may be affected by changes in climate and other possible results. The Amazon Rainforest suffered severe drought in 2005 and then worse in 2010. Millions of trees died. This might have been an effect of global warming.
If, after this stage, suddenly we don't have seasons, life on earth will end. Because, as you know, that life on earth is a cycle. Everything needs everything to live. So, if there are no seasons, which is practically not possible, then the life will end. And if from beginning of time, the earth wouldn't have had seasons, then life on earth would have molded itself to the change or climate.
Not very well. Antarctica is in the earth's polar region, and experiences some, but not much, climate change with the seasons. The most significant change between the two polar seasons is the presence or absence of light, as the sun moves between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn. Malaysia is close to the equator, and also experiences only two seasons. Unlike Antarctica, Malaysian seasons are mostly distinguished by rainy weather: the rainy…
The "axial tilt", the angle between the ecliptic (the orbital plane of the Earth around the Sun) and the Earth's equator is about 23.5 degrees. This causes, among other things, our seasons; winter to spring to summer to autumn. Without our seasons, the climate would never change from month to month.