November 26, 2009

Selwakumar: A study - Melting globe a Serious issue

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Selwakumar: Keep your world alive and give the world to our next generation.



 A Study on Melting Globe - Selwaaa..

Geographers have already projected temperature raise because of greenhouse gas emissions to reach a not-so-chilling finally: climate zones will move and some climates will disappear completely by year 2100. Tropical high ground and polar region will be the first to disappear, and large swaths of the tropics and subtropics will end up even hotter.
According to climate models, global warming may change our current world climate zones, which would affect where crops are grown and even drive some plant and animal species to extinction, all in the next 100 years.
Al Gore brought the issue to the big screen. Global warming -- what impact could it really have on our world? Geographer Jack Williams says, based on his new analyses of climate forecasting models, we're headed for major change -- fast.
"One of the things that we can definitely say that the more carbon dioxide we put into the atmosphere, the models very clearly show more of a warming that takes place in the U.S. and worldwide," said Williams, of the University of Wisconsin.
How much warming? With levels of CO2 continuing to rise, Williams suggests areas of the world that currently have a tropical climate will be much warmer and drive vegetation and animal life north. Williams believes these changes would lead to the spreading of Malaria northward, more catastrophic natural disasters and overall greater human health risks.







Why: A study by scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Wyoming predicts that by 2100, our earth situations will be replaced by climates unknown in today's world, if current rates of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gas emissions continue. The new global climate models for the next century forecast the entire evaporation of numerous existing climates at this time found in tropical moorland and region near the poles, although large swaths of the tropics and subtropics may build up new climates distinct anything seen today.

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