The Effects Of Climate Change On The Earth 's Surface Average Temperature Is Global Warming

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The rapid increase in the earth’s surface average temperature is Global Warming. The climate change is due to Global Warming, progression of the average temperature of the atmosphere and oceans. It has started with massive deforestation and greenhouse gases release by fossil fuels energy. The primary reason for greenhouse gases are released as human burn fossil fuels. The rise of the average temperature of the atmosphere and oceans has started with fuels burning and substantial deforestation. “Surface temperature rose 0.6 to 0.9 degrees Celsius (1.1 to 1.6° F) between 1906 and 2005, and the rate of temperature increase has nearly doubled in the last 50 years” ( H. Riebeek,2010, pg. 3)
Indicators of global warming as reported by U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as "The 2009 State of the Climate Report," on Climate Change are higher temperatures over land, oceans, higher ocean heat content, near surface air temperatures in the troposphere, where Earth’s weather occurs. Higher humidity, higher sea surface temperatures, higher sea levels, less sea ice and less snow cover shrinking glaciers
The unprecedented scale of the changing environmental as we know it, including melting of polar ice caps, mass species extinction, rising sea levels and increased desertification. The disturbing changes in tornadoes and weather patterns shows the serious threat that Global Warming in possessing for tomorrow’s future.
The changes in the climate makes it complicated to…

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