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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Several Green House gases have been the main cause of Global Warming. Most come from fossil fuels in cars. Abiotic and Biotic Causes and Effects Global Warming is a big increase in temperature of the earths atmosphere. Carbon dioxide and other air pollution that is collecting in the atmosphere, islike a thickening blanket. Trapping the sun's heat and causing the planet to warm up. The issues that the world is facing from the increasing temperature is the ice melting worldwide. Sea level rising Precipitation has increased. Causes of Global Warming Abiotic Abiotic Biotic Abiotic Biotic Biotic Forest fires caused by excessive heat leading to deforestation. Ice Glaciers Melting.Causing Floods Global Warming- Causes heat and can lead to What we can do to stop Global Warming is to stop deforestation, boosting energy efficiency, and assuring sustainable management. Trees and animals are harmed Leading to a corrupt ecosystem animals becoming extinctand animals dieing including plants Animals either dieingor having to find a new habitat double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. If Global warming continues then we will have an increased amount sea level at around 7-23 inches increasing.Hurricanes are likely to become stronger.Less fresh water will be availableSome diseases will spreadEcosystems will change including more species moving north or will not be able to move and become extict. Global Warming can lead to deforestation leading to animals having to leave their homes. Having to find new ones. What happens to a lot of the animals is that they die. When Icebergs melt this affects polar bears and seals from being able to rest between swims across the arctic. Higher temperature can cause critical plant species to be replaced by more arid type plants.Changes from these abiotic factors can then affect biotic factors. Global Warming cause also have a great affect on health and adaptability to the animals environment. Global Warming
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