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US government climate report looks at how the oceans are buffering climate change | John Abraham

26.12.2017
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A key chapter of the US Global Change Research Program Report deals with how the oceans are being impacted by human carbon pollutionIn the recently released US Global Change Research Program Report, one of the chapters I was most interested in was about the changes we've observed in the world's oceans. The oceans are really the key to the climate change issue, whether that be in quantifying how fast it's happening or how much will happen in the future. As humans emit greenhouse gases (particularly carbon dioxide), we see some major changes that cannot be explained naturally.The oceans are important because they act as a buffer; that is, they absorb much of the effects of greenhouse gases. In fact, the oceans absorb a lot of human carbon pollution. This is a big help for us because without the oceans, the climate would change much faster. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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