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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What Causes Climate Change? *in 2014, it was reported that sea level increases .12 inches (3 millimeters) per year on average worldwide*last measurement was at 56.35 mm (September 2014)*global sea levels have risen about 8 inches since 1870*if greenhouse gas emissions remain unchecked, sea levels could rise by as much as 3 feet by 2100 Emissions of certain gases (known as Greenhouse Gases) which block heat from escaping the atmosphere, including... Carbon Dioxide Methane Nitrous Oxide Chlorofluorocarbons How Has Climate Change Affected the Environment? Surface Temperature Glaciers Extreme Weather Sea Level The Effect of Climate Change on The Environment *Greenhouse Gases prevent heat from leaving the atmosphere, causing the global temperature to increase*The 13 warmest years have occurred since 1997*the average global temperature has increased by 1.4 degrees over the past 100 years *When glaciers melt, the leftover water mixes with theoceans, causing sea levels to rise*Sea level increases .12 inches (3 milimeters) per year *Greenhouse gases block heat from escaping the atmosphere, causing the arctic glaciers to melt *From 2001-2010, glaciers lost ice at a rate of 28 inches (0.7 meters) of water per year *Due to the increase of temperature and sea level, extreme weather (including hurricanes, drought, heat waves, wildfires, floods, and winter weather) have become more frequent, and more powerful
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