When you heard about the effects of global warming it is important to understand the effects that today we are experiencing modest compared to what the future will see if we are not preventive measure. Over the next century researchers and environmental professionals are stating that the effects of global warming on a constant inclined curve. Temperatures warmed up a bit each decade until the earth's temperature reaches the sweltering levels that we experienced in history. Scientists believe that global temperatures will rise between 2-9 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050. The Arctic and northern latitudes of the world feel most of the effects of global warming as they continue to rise. As the packages start to melt the Arctic and glaciers from the increased temperatures the tundra and seas surrounding these areas will continue to absorb the heat was seen once back in space. Climate models indicate if temperature throughout the rest of the world increased by 3 degrees Fahrenheit they will more than likely rise at least 7 degrees Fahrenheit in the Arctic. From this, the oceans around the world to be entirely with the melting glaciers and Arctic ice is likely to rise at least 3ft. As a follow on effect of this rising temperature of the ocean to evaporate more quickly and therefore more rain, with experience. The problem is that the storm could hit areas of the world does not need it all causing massive floods and monsoons. Subtropical areas like India is expected to be the target of this particular effect on global warming. On the other hand, it is safe to say that the drought is going to be more of a problem than flooding. There are predictions that the future effects of global warming are also benefits. In the northern part of the world such as Canada, warmer temperatures will mean longer growing seasons and more rainfall. This of course there will be any end to food shortage that could be happening and a new sense of prosperity to provide for countries around the world are struggling to survive. Many of the changes and the effects listed above are already happening today on a smaller scale, of course. Rising sea levels due to thermal expansion of the ocean, in addition to melting of land ice. Sizes and the chance of precipitation patterns are also changing only slightly in comparison with what has been predicted for the future. Changes in temperature and precipitation patterns increase the frequency and intensity of other extreme weather events such as floods, droughts, heat waves, and tornadoes. Other effects include global warming, agricultural production, higher or lower, further glacial retreat, reduced summer stream flows and species extinctions. As a further effect of global warming, diseases like malaria are back into areas where they have turned off earlier. This is just the beginning of the effects of global warming can have on our world. As greenhouse gases continue to increase and enter the atmosphere at these effects are only going to increase in intensity making it harder and harder to maintain our quality of life. Many people find it hard to believe that the effects of global warming to be as severe as scientists are predicting but the patterns support these theories. When you read studies comparing today's weather to weather 20years ago there are already signs that create the effects of global warming. Pay attention to the weather today and the weather being reported from all over the world and you'll begin to see the effects within your own life as well. We can do our part to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases within our atmosphere. The matter how small the act might be (to save electricity, conserve fuel, etc.) all act different when we do all the eco-smart decisions. There is no doubt that the effects of global warming just going to persist and increase if we do not do something today. The fact is that even if greenhouse gas emissions completely put out today still take years to eliminate the threats of global warming. That is why it is so important to do what we can today!
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