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Articles in category: Global Warming

Could “Climate Change” Wipe out Coral Reef Fish? November 8, 2017

The tropical Cooperband Butterflyfish can only tolerate a small temperature range. Ocean warming resulting from climate change could destroy this species, along with several other tropical fish species. Greetings! Today I’d like to talk about the immediate danger of our beautiful tropical reef fish brought on from the adverse effects of climate change. You see…

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1 Chart Easily Uncovers the Global Warming Crisis! August 17, 2017

The above temperature chart easily shows how climate change and global warming have been intensifying over the past 50 years. Greetings! Here is more sobering news about the issue of Climate Change. Just take a look at the chart and you will see from the “blue zone”up to the “red zone,” how rising global temperatures…

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Is Global Ocean Circulation Slowing Due to Climate Change? August 10, 2017

The white arrow shows the northern movement of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) Greetings! I’d like to continue talking about the sobering subject of Climate Change and how it, most likely, is slowing our global ocean currents. A recent research team from Yale University and the University of Southampton found evidence that “Arctic ice…

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21 Significant Scientific Associations Concur: Our Earth is Warming! June 6, 2017

This graph represents global temperature data from four international science agencies. Clearly, all show rapid warming in the last few decades. Additionally, the last decade has been the warmest on record. Data sources: NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Met Office Hadley Centre/Climatic Research Unit, and the Japanese Meteorological Agency.…

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Climate Change Continues Tightening its Global Grip! May 11, 2017

A canal with briny water in Bao Thuan Village, Vietnam. Climate change is increasing salt content of water in land located in South Vietnam. The most affected area is the Mekong River Delta, which is home to 17 million people. It produces around 50 percent of Vietnam’s rice harvest. This increase in salt now affects…

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