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What are the consequences of global warming?

Asked by julie john, 21 May '08 02:17 pm
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Answered by Stone Heart, 21 May '08 02:18 pm

 
  
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CLIMATE PATTERN CHANGES
Consequence: warmer temperatures
Average temperatures will rise, as will the frequency of heat waves.
Warning signs today:
Most of the United States has already warmed, in some areas by as much as 4 degrees Fahrenheit. In fact, all states experienced either "above normal" or "much above normal" average temperatures in 2006.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) declared 2006 to be the second warmest year on record for the United States, with an annual average temperature of 55 degrees Fahrenheit -- within 0.1 degrees of the record set in 1998.
Every year from 1998 through 2006 ranks among the top 25 warmest years on record for the United States, an unprecedented occurrence, according to NOAA.
Consequence: drought and wildfire
Warmer temperatures could also increase the probability of drought. Greater evaporation, particularly during summer and fall, could exacerbate drought conditions and increase the risk of ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 21 May '08 02:22 pm

 
  
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LIVING BEINGS ARE AFFECTED...
Answered by Sesha Sahai, 21 May '08 02:19 pm

 
  
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a lot bad consequences. Imagine world without cities like new york, capetown, mumbai, etc. Global warming is a very big threat to all the costal areas. Due to global warming sea water level is rising and due to this all the land near coasts is getting washed away. Not only this, due to global warming ice bergs are melting with is a big threat to the wildlife there and also it disrupts the whole ecosystem. Global warming is also a big threat to a lot of species that live in oceans. they are not able to sustain the rising temperatures. A lot of bad consequences and world needs to react very very fast to stop it from causing more damage.
Answered by cool dude, 21 May '08 02:21 pm

 
  
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