Expertise: Global Climate Change and Weather Patterns

The Earth’s average temperature has increased about 1 degree Celsius during the 20th century, resulting in changing sea levels, melting ice caps and ice sheets, and shifts in weather patterns causing changes in precipitation, more draughts and heat waves, stronger and more intense hurricanes, with an Arctic Ocean that is predicted to become essentially ice free in summer before mid-century.


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