Arctic ice- before and afterThe polar regions have been the focus of many mainstream biologists and scientists who are continuously demonstrating that global warming is now a reality and not a theory. As the earth's climate is constantly changing, we can see the effects in these Northern hemispheres directly.
Eco-systems that dominate the polar regions are responsible for survival of the human, animal and plant life. Our observations give us a clue as to how these systems have been damaged; as the snow melts, the suns energy is concentrated more and more on the earth planes causing temperatures to rise and sea water levels to overflow. This is called the albedo effect and it's causing alterations to the face of the planet. A recent photograph taken in 2012 compared with one taken in 1980 shows a frightening reduction in ice caps that can't be ignored. Climatologists are now predicting ice-free summer seasons in the Arctic region in the next thirty years.
The dangers of coral bleachingBefore the 20th century, the great Northern barrier reef was teaming with colourful life; thousands of aquatic animal species and plant life. Due to global warming, rising temperatures in the sea, and peculiar storm systems like earthquakes and volcanoes or tsunamis have caused alterations to the underground terrain.
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