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What happens when too much carbon dioxide gets omitted into the Earths atmosphere The condition known as Global Warming occurs Global Warming is the rising of the Earths surface temperature due to chemicals in the atmosphere Global Warming has many threats on the climate and even the health of the people on this planet Some of these threats include the altering of crop seasons and even effect the way organisms survive on the planet The first thing I think I should discuss when talking about global warming is what causes it to occur Gases such as carbon dioxide methane and nitrous oxide which are known as greenhouse gases all build up in the atmosphere of the earth All these gases make it so that it becomes harder for the radiation that the sun shines into the atmosphere to escape The heat continues to build up and this is what causes the temperatures to increase I know this seems like the temperatures increase massively but in the last hundred years the average temperature of the Earth has gone up between 08 and 10 degrees farenheight Also in the last fifteen years we have had the ten warmest years in record Global Warming also helps the Earth and it has been for many years Without global warming the Earths temperature would be a lot lower than the 60-degree average Unfortunately due to there being many more harmful greenhouse gases being placed into the atmosphere instead of the temperature staying at a constant its rising What are many of the dangers of the Earths temperature rising First of all it cause many of the glaciers that are floating in the Arctic and Greenland to melt This in turn causes the sea levels to rise around the world In the last hundred years alone the seas around the planet have risen anywhere from four to ten inches I know it does not sound like a massive change
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