Impacts of Global Warming

Impacts of Global Warming

Global warming is the gradual increase in the earth’s surface temperature. Increasing temperatures will cause sea levels to rise above current levels, change of weather patterns, and affect several species of animal’s habitat. Human activities have been found by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to be the main causes of global warming. The burning of fossil fuels: oil, coal, and natural gas and deforestation are two of the main causes that are being analyzed by the EPA Climatologist. The effects create a growing danger for the ecosystem that we live in.
Historians may one day call 1970 the year of the environmental—a turning point, a year when the ...

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to the President new polices for environmental protection” (Lewis 3). Since the beginning of the EPA hundreds of policies and laws have been founded to help with slowing down global warming.
The main goal for the researches involved with the EPA is to study and predict solutions that will help slow the process of global warming. The test performed range all over the spectrum anywhere from: studying how fast we are using our natural resources, looking at forest around the world to see the impact on environments, examining the rise in sea levels and how it affects our weather patterns, and finally to see how many animals are almost extinct because of selfish inhuman ways. Although global warming cannot be completely stopped, maybe we as human can be taught a better way to sustain our self and the environment around us.
Fossil fuels are formed by oxygen decomposition of organic matter that lays under the earth’s surface for millions of years. Since the Industrial ...

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all Himalayan glaciers will melt by 2035. Melting ice is also affecting the earth’s polar ice caps. Satellite images show Antarctica has lost over 1,000 square miles of ice. Future generations now have to face sea levels rising.
Over the past century, the EPA (Environment Protection Agency) estimated sea levels rose 25 to 30 centimeters. The EPA calculates that levels will rise an extra two feet. Ice shelves are floating pieces of ice that displace the same volume of water if melted. Ice sheets are frozen land like Antarctica that does not change the volume of water if melted. “Calculations warned of a massive ice sheet that could raise the sea level by 20 feet in the next ...

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Added: 4/24/2011 04:44:32 PM
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Category: Science & Nature
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