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    The climate change term can be explained by dividing it into two words climate and change. The climate is the condition of the weather of earth that lasts for the long time period of time. Climate change is also called as global warming which refers to the rise in average surface temperatures on the earth. Climate is getting effected by the human activities which they possess, and human are only the one who are responsible for the climate change, it is more of emissions of greenhouse gas which

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    Global Climate Change Essay Climate and Weather are both conditions of our atmosphere. Weather is a condition over short period of time, the degrees, if it’s raining, snowing, windy, etc. and climate is over long period of time, if you live in a more tropical place it would be more wet, humid, and hot. Climate is basically what the weather usually is the normal conditions in a place, a longer term of the average weather. Depending on where you live will determine what the climate is there and what

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    Effects of Climate Change

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    Wisconsinites, along with everyone else in the world, will not be directly affected by this global melting. In fact, Wisconsin’s outlook may be just as grim when looking at the dynamic changes in population, one of the prime repercussions of global climate change. 11.7 million immigrants are currently living in the United States illegally. Wisconsin is the home to 100,000 of these unauthorized aliens. 65,000 jobs have been taken away from tax-paying citizens, as illegal migrants make up 2% of Wisconsin’s

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    In order to understand the Earth’s climate system, we must first identify some of the components of it. The cryosphere consists of Polar ice caps, sea ice, ice sheets, and glaciers. The geosphere consists of the land, the hydrosphere consists of the oceans lakes and rivers, the biosphere consists of ecosystems, and the atmosphere consists of air. Each one of these components play a role in Earth’s climate system. For example, the cryosphere and its ice caps, glaciers, and ice sheets are important

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    Climate Change

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    Global climate change has positive and negative effects on marine and terrestrial ecosystems. The cause of global climate change is said to be because carbon dioxide is being emitted through the large scale burning of oil, coal and gas, with an additional contribution coming from clearing of tropical forests and woodlands which results in wildlife life destruction. The carbon dioxide traps heat from the sun in the earth's atmosphere and prevents it from being sent back out into space. The heat that

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    Introduction Canada is facing a climate change as well as other parts of the world. The Arctic has been the most affected by global warming. Over the past 30 years, scientific and Native People have seen the drastic changes in the Arctic. The temperature of the arctic has increased almost double that the global rate. This has made the Arctic sea ice decline by 7.4 percent from 1978 to 2003. Moreover, the snow cover over the land has decreased 10 percent between 1972 and 2003. As a result, the glaciers

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    have changed. Climate Change is the seasonal changes in the world, changes that occur in the weather patterns, over a significant period. These climate patterns play an important role in shaping natural ecosystems, the human economies and cultures that depend on them. Most of the changes that have occurred over the last 50 years are very likely due to human activities. Climate Change can be defined by the differences between average weather conditions at two separate times. The climate may change

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    study of the origins and impacts of climate. To understand climatology, one must know the true definition of climate. Climate, simply, is the typical weather of a specific geographical region on earth. Climate can be affected by many factors. Some of these factors consist of: pollution, outgassing of volcanoes, seasonal changes, natural disasters, and carbon dioxide emissions, and greenhouse gasses. Ultimately, these factors lead to a phenomenon called climate change. Pollution, carbon dioxide emissions

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    Climate Change and Evolution The ecological consequences of global climate change are expected to be drastic although not much is known as to how individual species will react to these changes. Irrespective of the causes of climate change, whether anthropogenic or natural, it is imperative that we address these concerns, as they will have widespread impacts on the human species, both directly and indirectly through forcings on other species. The climate is not expected to shift evenly and the

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    Everyday, alarming amounts of toxins are released into the atmosphere. Over the recent years global climate change, better known as “global warming” has become a worldwide problem facing our planet, and as the world becomes continuously warmer, the effects that climate change will pose to our planet and to the people who live on this earth, will be detrimental. climate change is a natural process, but because of increases in certain human activities this process is taking a faster and more dangerous

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