Global warming evidence hard to ignore

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Global warming evidence hard to ignore

2015 annual temperatures show that in many locations there were record high temperatures. There were also record lows in a few locations.

2015 annual temperatures show that in many locations there were record high temperatures. There were also record lows in a few locations.

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2015 annual temperatures show that in many locations there were record high temperatures. There were also record lows in a few locations.

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2015 annual temperatures show that in many locations there were record high temperatures. There were also record lows in a few locations.

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As freshmen, students are tasked with a project over climate change in Integrated Science.

This project gives students a chance to better form opinions on whether they believe in climate change or not. However, not believing in climate change is hard to do.

According to Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet: Evidence, there have been seven cycles of glacial advance and retreat in the last 650,000 years. This site said earth-orbiting satellites enable scientists to see the big picture.

The Earth’s average surface temperature has risen as well. Since the late 19th century, it has risen 2 degrees Fahrenheit.

The oceans are also warming, and the top 2,300 feet of ocean have warmed approximately 0.302 degrees Fahrenheit since 1989.

NASA has evidence of ice sheets shrinking in Greenland and the Antarctic.

Along with these facts, snow cover has decreased, sea levels have risen, and there are a record number of high temperatures in the United States.

Climate change is a topic widely debated all around the world. People don’t believe the world is changing, but when the facts are staring you in the face, and it is 80 degrees one day, and snowing the next, how can one not believe in the phenomenon called global warming.

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