Global Warming

GlobalWarming

Abstract

Thepaper has all the reasons to believe that is real.With all the human and natural activities contributing to it, someconsider it one of the biggest challenges, while others view it as ashift in climatic conditions that started in the early 1990s. Thepaper believes in , and is backed by scientificreasons. Scientific arguments for is mostly based onthe clear interpretation of changes in the level of gases, more socarbon gases, in the atmosphere. Believe in Global warming is backedup by increase in heat waves and drought. Most importantly, the paperidentifies to be caused by extreme increase in ozonegases, which result in the depletion of ozone gases. The paper alsobelieves in because of increases in the sea levels,which in turn floods the cities at the shores. Additionally, ozonegases play a big role when it comes to the issue of .

GlobalWarming

Carelessusage of fossil fuels is believed to be the main cause of Globalwarming. However, people appear to be ignorant of the fact thatexcess release of carbon dioxide has a serious impact as a result oftheir actions. The same individuals are also believed to continuewith the waste of natural resources while polluting the airregardless of the evidence on the table pointing out the effects andimpacts because of their routine behavior. According to McLandress(2014), there are numerous things that human beings can do to avoidtriggering . For instance, people do not realize thattheir continual invention and use of the automobile for their dailyactivities would result in a continuous contribution of carbondioxide, which leads . Global warming

Formany decades, human beings across the world people have been engagedin activities that result in the emission of carbon dioxide. As aresult, of their activities, carbon dioxide, and other gasses arereleased into the atmosphere and the environment (MacDougall &ampFriedlingstein, 2015). For example in Arctic, the amount of ice hascontinued to decrease immensely over the years because of theincrease in temperatures, which in turn has led to ArcticTropospheric Warming. Also, this has also contributed to airpollution due to the lack of oxygen converters.

Secondly,there is a lack of concern for individuals involved with globalwarming to conserve resources, which will only worsen the situationover time. Burt et al. (2016) noted that in 2007, scientist all overthe world met and claimed that the society is the main cause of theArctic Tropospheric Warming since the 1940s because of the linkagesto lower latitudes. In 2007, it was noted that resultsin the issue of hurricanes as a result of warming of water, heatwaves, economic consequences, drought probability, and the melting ofpolar ice caps, which remains the main effects .

Therising levels of the sea at the coast religions will result inmillions of people who live on the coast to lose their habitats.There are also insects that are migrating to more favorable climatescarry diseases with them. It believed that Malaria was still inexistence in some countries especially Africa due to the direct causeof the . Again, with the continued rise in oceantemperature, there remains a possible threat of increasing chances offrequent and powerful hurricanes. It can be remembered that HurricaneKatrina brought devastation to the city of New Orleans as well asseveral other cities and towns throughout the Southern region. WithHurricane Katrina aftermath, there came a lot of economic challenges.A lot of people tried to reconstruct their homes others attempted torelocate and even attempt to find work or start businesses elsewhere.MacDougall &amp Friedlingstein (2015) observed that until now, thepeople affected by the hurricane are still struggling to find theirfeet since it has been hard to better their lives again.

Importantly,the heat waves and droughts that occur due to Global warming appearphenomenal. For instance in the state of Arizona, during monsoonseason, drought has been experienced even though the drought is notas severe as the one in Africa where there are low water availabilityand presence of extreme heat waves. On the other hand, half wayacross the world, sea levels are on the rise as a result of continuedmelting of the polar ice caps. This occurs when the ice caps fromfresh water melt into the oceans, and as a result, salt water isdiluted.

Fromthis, McLandress (2014) explains that salty water dilution affectsthe aquatic and ocean life since it could be impossible for survivalwithout the homeostatic salt balance of the ocean content.Consequently, there is a big deal when ocean and aquatic life is lostsince increased global temperatures are as a result of the sun, whichcan no longer reflect the top of the icecaps. When the sun reflectsice caps off, it is then projected into space (Pangburn, 2015). Thisis important since it helps the temperature of the earth`s atmospherethat in turn keeps the earth cooler.

Also,the rise in sea levels also possesses major concern to urbanizedcities at the coast. The majority of the cities in the coastal areasrisk submerging in the sea. May island countries, besides, could alsolose their existence, and as a result will be washed away from theEarth`s surface. Rising sea levels damage is very diverse. Roads andbuildings that are located close to the water might easily be floodedand also damaged by tropical storms and hurricanes. Environmentalscientists believe that increases hurricane intensityby over 45 percent. As the sea arises, for instance, beach erosionoccurs, and in particular on the steep banks (Perlwitz et al., 2015).

GlobalWarming remains a great threat to flora and fauna. A large populationof species could become extinct. This may be facilitated by theexpense and increase of the desert. Rising temperature and lowrainfall might add to the frequency and intensity of dust form, whichin turn could affect immensely the quality and fertility ofagricultural land that ultimately could cause adverse effects onproduction of agriculture. All this could have an adversesocio-economic impact (Burt et al., 2016).

Inconclusion, I believe in based on the scientific prooffollowing the increase in gases. The increase in gases heightenstemperature rise with the primary proof that follows rise intemperature. Increase in temperatures could be because of humanactivities. Here, the scientific proof is characterized by rise insea level, rise in the Earth’s gases, and rise in oceantemperatures, ocean acidification, and shrinking glaciers.

References

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McLandress,C., Shepherd, T. G., Reader, M. C., Plummer, D. A., &amp Shine, K.P. (2014). The Climate Impact of Past Changes in Halocarbons and CO2in the Tropical UTLS Region. JournalOf Climate,27(23),8646-8660. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00232.1

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