No, the melting of the polar ice caps is the result of global warming.
Global warming is not melting Antarctica -- it is, however, melting the ice sheet that covers 98% of the continent.
Global Warming. Due to global warming, ice in the polar region is melting
the ice caps are melting beacuse of global warming.
Melting ice caps are because of global warming. This global warming also causes ozone depletion.
No. Global warming means the world's temperature is rising. This is melting glaciers and ice caps.
Global warming is melting the ice caps causing the sea level to rise.
Global Warming is happening the worst in the Arctic. All the ice is melting, global warming needs to be stopped.
ice is melting in a large number ... but not so fast
The ice caps continue to melt. With the ice caps melting, global warming continues to be a threat to civilization.
The ploar ice caps are melting.
It effects it because the earth is getting hotter because of Global Warming therefore ice melts faster.
Glaciers and ice caps are melting. The ice over Greenland is melting and so is the Arctic sea ice.
Global Warming and the melting of ice.
Yes because the ice is melting from global warming
The effects of the global warming include: The rise of seas, due to the melting of ice, And a rising climate
Ice melt is a consequence of global warming, not a cause of it. Though ice reflects light quite well, and as it melts, earth's albedo decreases, resulting in a feedback mechanism which further increases global warming.
The main reason for the ice caps to be melting is the global warming. It is caused by ozone depletion.
Global warming continues to occur, as evidenced by the fact our polar ice caps are melting, and of course by global temperature records.
the social impacts of global warming is that the polar ice caps are melting and the temperature is rising which is causing floods
ice caps melting and sea rising
We are causing global warming which is melting the ice.
no they are ice, bur due to global warming are melting fast
global warming, melting of sea ice...
Yes global warming does affect the tundra biome by melting away all of the ice that these animals are depending on.
Global warming IS happening. Many things are happening because of it, including the melting of the polar ice caps.
Global warming is melting the ice caps in Antarctica. If they fully melt, the earth will flood and everything will die.
The ice is melting, so the seas get higher. :P
Global warming is slowly melting the ice in Antarctica.
Will they survive global warming and melting of sea ice?
Yes - the ice caps are melting due to global warming.
The polar ice caps have been melting because of drastic change in heat globally. (global warming)
Global warming means that the Arctic sea ice is melting. Polar Bears need this sea ice to help them in their feeding and breeding.
this means that the polar bears habitat is melting because of global warming and climate change. other ways: the ice is melting because of climate change and global warming this means that polar bears are being extinct.
Since the last ice age.
Global warming is melting the polar ice caps and they are slowly disappearing.
Stopping the global warming and the ice caps from melting. They are loosing ice and drowning.
Yes. As well, the southern ocean waters are warming, melting ice shelves -- Larson in particular on the peninsula -- from the bottom.
Global air pollution contributes to global warming, which in turn can contribute to ice melting in Antarctica.
the ice caps r melting due to global warming
Because they live in the arctic and global warming is melting they ice
because of global warming. the atmosphere is being destroyed. thus the Sun's rays are melting the ice. the ice at the poles is what keeps the planet from overheating. without it we will all cook.
Global warming is on the rise again and the ice caps are melting rapidly.
Global Warming is a threat to Polar Ice. Because of rising temperatures in the polar regions, the ice caps are melting. Scientists predict that in a few decades from now, the polar ice caps would have fully melted.
Ice does not cause global warming -- it melts because of global warming.
some signs of global warming is the changing of rain patterns, sea level is rising, and snow/ice is melting soon in the spring.
Polar bears are not a cause of global warming. They are being affected by climate change in that their habitat is decreasing in size (as the sea ice is melting).
The GLOBAL WARMING is melting the ice that they need to live on.
erosion, moon phases, seasons, global warming, ice melting
Yes, every year Arctic ice gets smaller and smaller.