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Global Warming - Water's Rising album download
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Global Warming - Water's Rising album download

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Global Warming
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Water's Rising
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Recent Sea Level Rise Global warming is being blamed for rising seas. Sea levels rose about 10 centimeters and 20 centimeters (between four inches and eight inches) in the 20th century according to the The United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a rate that is 10 times the average of the previous 2,000 years. Greenland and Antarctica and Global Warming. Antarctic ice Greenland and the West Antarctic ice sheets together hold 20 percent of the world’s fresh water. Much of this water is locked up in ice shelves thick plates of ice protruding from the land and floating on the sea and almost exclusively in Antarctica, Patagonia and Greenland.

Global warming is the primary cause of current sea level rise. Human activities, such as burning coal and oil and cutting down tropical forests, have increased atmospheric concentrations of heat-trapping gases and caused the planet to warm by . degrees Fahrenheit since 1880. Rising temperatures are warming ocean waters, which expand as the temperature increases. Land ice-glaciers, ice caps, and ice sheets-is shrinking at a faster rate in response to rising temperatures, adding water to the world's oceans.

Global warming is a big issue for concern which has found it’s place in big discussion rooms and is an alarm with no snooze button for the human beings which wakes them up from deep slumber where they dreamt of acquiring profits for their means and in the long run forgot to look after their guardians our nature,which is the source. Global warming, can be defined as an increase in the earth’s atmospheric, oceanic temperatures and an overall change in earth’s atmosphere including a rise in sea levels and variability of snow falls. Climate change and associated impacts vary from region to region around the globe. Global warming Climate change. What is the greenhouse effect?

The other reason why water is rising is that warmer water is less dense – it expands. This expansion causes the surface of the water to rise. Rising oceans are a big deal. About 150 million people live within 1 meter (3 feet) of sea level. About 600 million live within 10 meters (33 feet) of sea level. As waters rise, these people will have to go somewhere. Rising waters make storm surges worse. A great example is Superstorm Sandy, which hit the US East Coast in 2012. The cost was higher because of sea level rise caused by global warming. Climate scientists do their best to project how much and how fast oceans will rise in the future. These projections help city planners prepare future infrastructure.

Global warming is happening now, and scientists are confident that greenhouse gases are responsible. To understand what this means for humanity, it is necessary to understand what global warming is, how scientists know it's happening, and how they predict future climate. By Holli Riebeek Design by Robert Simmon June 3, 2010. Throughout its long history, Earth has warmed and cooled time and again. Since 1993, NASA satellites have shown that sea levels are rising more quickly, about 3 millimeters per year, for a total sea level rise of 48 millimeters (. 6 feet or . 9 inches) between 1993 and 2009. Sea levels crept up about 20 centimeters (. inches) during the twentieth century.

Here are the 10 reasons why global warming is real, and why you should care. Based on the centuries that the Earth has existed, we have been able to see how much changes in ocean levels have affected how the Earth’s natural landscape was formed.

During these rare events, water levels have been recorded higher than during extreme events in the past, and this increase is mostly due to the rising mean sea levels discussed above. Oceans have been absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, increasing the concentrations of carbon from man-made sources. Observed global warming effects on the atmosphere and land surface. Observed global warming effects on the ice. Observed global warming and sea level rise. IPCC, Fifth Assessment Report. Observations: Oceans. What Are the Causes of Global Warming? Global Warming Inevitable This Century, NSF Study Finds.

Today's global warming is not simply a rerun of the PETM. Like oxygen, carbon exists in different isotopic forms. At exactly the same time that the plankton shells became rich in oxygen-18, they also began carrying much more carbon-12 relative to carbon-13. But today's global warming is not simply a rerun of the PETM.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stephany Global Warming 3:51
2 I'll Let You Know Global Warming 3:39
3 Doin' the Spanky Global Warming 3:01
4 Ganga Man Global Warming 3:45
5 Hey George Global Warming 2:22
6 Time the Deceiver Global Warming 2:49
7 Don't Tell Me Global Warming 2:48
8 Crossroads Global Warming 3:58
9 Global Warming Global Warming 3:42
10 The Day Global Warming 6:55