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How Does Global Warming Affect The Weather?
Transcript of How Does Global Warming Affect The Weather?
Affect The Weather? What Is Global Warming? Global Warming is the increase of the the earth's
temperature primarily due to greenhouse gases caused
by burning fossil fuels such as gasoline. These fossil fuels
are creating more carbon dioxide, which absorb the energy from the sun. This is creating what is called the greenhouse affect. How does Global Warming Affect the Precipitation? How Does Global Warming Affect The Temperature? The actual definition of global warming is the warming of the earth. This is happening because fossil fuels are producing more carbon dioxide, trapping in the heat from the sun. This is affecting a lot of things such as the weather, precipitation, and the seasons. How Does Global Warming Affect The Seasons? Global warming is increasing the climate of the earth making seasons come earlier, because less snow is precipitating. Some evidence that the seasons are changing is that ice is breaking up earlier, insects are coming out ealier, birds are laying eggs earlier, and there is an early blooming of flowers.
Scientists say that seaside places such as New Zealand and North Africa will be the greatest affected by the out of un-syncing of the seasons. Global Warming is expected to bring more rainfall, but the water will most likely precipitate more often the form of rain rather than snow. This will cause reservoirs to fill earlier and more quickly, This will give us water, but too much, at the wrong time. http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/GlobalWarming/page2.php http://www.livescience.com/496-irony-global-warming-rain-water.html http://www.ecoworld.com/animals/birds/seasonal-changes-global-warming.html I got this information from Mrs. Cattarozle's science class! :) and Mrs. Cattarozle's science class! :)