How is global warming affecting canada's north tundra?
Global warming is warming the air. It is also warming the land and the oceans.
It's called global warming for a reason...
Icebergs are melting because of global warming.
Global warming is global, so it affecting China the same as other countries. Temperatures are rising, as are sea levels. Glaciers are melting and China's great rivers may lose their reservoirs of ice.
It is not hard to predict. If there is global warming, then the temperatures have already risen. That's what global warming means - warming, globally, that is, all round the earth.
True global warming does not decrease temperatures. So, either the model for global warming's effects is hokus-pokus, or global warming as presently claimed, does not exist. Some global warming followers will have you believe that global warming makes the weather "act crazy". If true, then it is not really global warming, is it.
My planet is your planet, and yes, it is affecting it.
No, not at all. There is no evidence that the global warming is affecting brown bears.
Global Warming certainly does have an impact on the Siberian tiger. Global Warming has an impact on all living creatures on Earth.
Pollution causes global warming. This global warming causes ozone depletion.
the glaciers are melting!
Global Warming does not affect the temperature. Global Warming is the temperature -- rising!A:It stipulates that Temperatures will globally increase; unless some Extra Huge volcanic Ash Cloud might Intervene. A:Global warming IS the average temperatures of the world. The temperature is going up. That's what global warming is.
because global warming makes the earth hotter and weather will be hot and get higher and higher
There is no evidence that global warming is affecting meerkats yet. However the warming is gradually affecting the food chains and habitats of many animals. If this happens, the animals have to migrate, adapt or die.
it takes on narwhals in the environment.