What types of climates are most likely to be affected by global warming?
All climates will change.
Not necessarily, as belief in evolution and belief in global warming don't really have anything to do with each other. That said, a person who believes in evolution is probably more likely to believe in global warming, as they tend to listen to what scientists say, and scientists are the biggest advocates for global warming being real.
most likely not. just because global warming is occurring does not mean that it caused the flood. in the past flood aways happen, not just because of global warming. in my school before the charts were way up, it flooded, not because of global warming, but because the school was built on a filled up marsh.
Which region would Global warming likely have the greatest negative effects on the economy of Canada?
Most of global warming is thought to be occurring because of a theory there is no specific evidence say the direct cause of global warming. A: Scientists say it is extremely likely that global warming is being caused by the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) and deforestation (cutting down trees which previously removed carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere).
Chances are, global warming is going to get worse, however, we cannot predict exactly how rapidly this will happen or how bad it will get. My guess is that I will not live to see severe global warming, but the next generation after me probably will. And severe global warming could be very destructive. The immediate threat is that the ice caps will melt, and the sea level will rise a great deal, causing massive…
Global winds are dependent largely on the large difference in temperature between polar and tropical regions. Global warming heats the poles faster than the tropics, thus reducing the temperature difference. Exactly how global winds would change as a result is hard to predict. One likely trend would be a weakening of jets streams in the temperate latitudes.
If you live in a developed country, it is likely that your lifestyle is one of the causes of global warming. Your lifestyle demands electricity, which is usually produced by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). This releases carbon dioxide, one of the greenhouse gases that cause global warming. Your lifestyle probably includes driving in vehicles, running on petroleum, a fossil fuel.
Scientists study global warming because the need to know its causes and likely consequences. They also need to find ways of avoiding further global warming so that they can recommend appropriate action. Other people choose to study global warming because they want to understand the issues and make an informed decision to help minimize our greenhouse gas emissions. A: You need to study global warming because it is probably the most serious challenge facing the…
Realistically, global warming is a needed event. Without this warming we would be dead. The concept of man contributing is different. The warming we have seen of of over 0.2 degrees since 1934 has been blamed on man by many political groups that ignore the fact the planet has been warming for 10,000 years. 0.2 degrees of warming is not going to kill people. There is no evidence of an increase in storms. Polar bears…
Of course. If we don't sort it, many countries and islands such as Bangladesh will be drowned, as will cities such as London and New York. Climate change will also bring food shortages. Global warming is extremely dangerous. Global warming can kill millions of people. Global warming warms the earth, causing unique wildlife to decimate as they can not adapt to the new temperatures. If global warming continues, all the animals in the world will…
I'm a meteorologist and there's no doubt in my mind for anthropogenic global warming. The evidence is everywhere. Some 'broadcast' meteorologists' are skeptics however. But the official statement from the American Meteorological Society (of which they are members most likely) has an official statement supporting human-caused global warming.
Al Gore got his interest in global warming from the works of reputable scientists who have been concerned about the phenomena for some time now. Although the theory is debated in some political circles, scientists have reached a general consensus about the validity of the theory, and on the likely causes.
That depends upon where they disappear to. If they are used in construction, the carbon contained in those forests will still remain sequestered. More likely, however, the forests will burn down, as our climate changes. This will release the carbon they contain into the atmosphere, accelerating the rate of global warming.