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Global Warming on Bay of Bengal

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Rozina Jaser

on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of Global Warming on Bay of Bengal

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli on the
Bay of Bengal Global Warming Increased temperatures Rising sea levels Loss of mangrove Decreased biodiversity Increased run off Failing architecture Population displacement Decreased crop yields Increased evaporation Higher nutrient concentrations Salinity
levels Increase in monsoon
and tornado events Decline in fresh water for irrigation and drinking water Melting Himalayan
ice water Rozina Jaser Increase in distribution of
pollutants like trace metals Failing electric supply Displaced public services
like hospitals and police Failed dams and
homes Destroyed transportation Sewage and salt
damage Decrease of species' gene pool
(keystone sp.: Tiger) Increased cloud formation
and precipitation Increase in coastal
mangrove erosion Increased
unemployment Decrease in ecological
organization A Causal
Concept Map Increased mudslide
events
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