The Global Warming also harms the Ozone Layer. It causes a lot of heat due to our human activities. It also affect the oceans which it causes to rise of the sea level sbecause of too much heat that the ice(land) in north pole are melting.
The effects of global warming on the Earth's ecosystems are expected to be profound and widespread. Many species of plants and animals are already moving their range northward or to higher altitudes as a result of warming temperatures.
However, as the ocean's surface temperature increases over time from the effects of climate change, more and more heat is released into the atmosphere. This additional heat in the ocean and air can lead to stronger and more frequent storms – which is exactly what we've seen in the Philippines over the last decade.
global warming will make changes to regional climate: melting or forming ice, changing the hydrological cycle (of evaporation and precipitation) and changing currents in the oceans and air flows in the atmosphere.
Global warming stresses ecosystems through temperature rises, water shortages, increased fire threats, drought, weed and pest invasions, intense storm damage and salt invasion, just to name a few. Some of Australia's great natural icons, such as the Great Barrier Reef, are already threatened.
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Global warming affect our environment through contributing to climate change and alteration of weather in various areas. Due to global warming, polar ice caps started melting, evaporation within the ocean increases resulting to formation of many hurricanes and typhoons affecting countries and damaging the environment. Due to global warming, droughts have been severe causing shortage of water within many areas.
C. It causes the cycle to accelerate.
The Global Warming is caused by the increased temperature of the Earth's atmosphere that is driven by the skyrocketing amount of green house gases in the planet's natural Green House.How does global warming affect sea and land surface temperatures?
1.) Because of the increased green house gases in the atmosphere, such as nitrogen, chlorofluorocarbons and carbon dioxide from aerosols, gas emissions and human pollutions. These green house gases traps the solar heat coming from the sunlight in the atmosphere causing in the abrupt rise of Global temperature.
2.) Global Warming greatly affects the planet's sea level, because of the increased temperature of the Earth the ocean waters are also becoming warmer causing a rapid meltdown in the Polar Regions of the planet.
3.) Warmer waters also affect the coral reefs, it causes vast destruction and bleaching (the whitening of corals) that indicates the death of corals, and then eventually the aquatic life will also suffer.