Global Warming Changing
Global warming is a huge thing in our world. It is not only effecting us but is also effecting the animals and our world. The more that we use oils and dangerous chemicals, the more we start to break our world apart. We have used so much oil and chemicals that the arctic shelfs are starting to break down and fall apart. Nearly 23 percent of the total area have broken off. Which is equal to three times the size of Manhattan. This causes the sea levels to rise until the coasts are covered and underwater.
Nearly 23 percent of the total area—more than three times the size of Manhattan—has disappeared since 2007, satellite images show
Some scientist think that the sea level will not rise. They will rise a little bit but it won't be a huge difference. They predict that they will rise about 2.5 to 6.5 feet by 2100. While some people think that the sea levels will not rise, some people think that they are changing dramatically and increasing the number of typhoons or hurricanes. These scientist think that global warming is increasing the temperature in the ocean which cause the water to get stronger and create a hurricane.
Sea levels will rise a bit higher—but not catastrophically high—in the coming century, according to a new study. The oceans will likely rise between 2.5 and 6.5 feet (0.8 and 2 meters) by 2100, researchers say.
Hurricanes—called typhoons in the northwestern Pacific Ocean and tropical cyclones in parts of the Indian ocean—derive their strength from water that has been heated to at least 80 degrees Fahrenheit (about 28 degrees Celsius). Global warming has caused the global ocean temperatures to increase by an average of a third of a degree Celsius (about a half a degree Fahrenheit), and this change has fueled the increase in hurricane intensity, Elsner said.
Whether or not the water level is rising global warming is still going on and it is still polluting the waters and the air. It may seem like something that has no affect right now but in the future it will become a huge issue and will make people think about the things that they could do to stop and fix global warming.