Global Warming, Human Induced Carbon Emissions and Their Uncertainties

By | November 9, 2011

 

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Global warming is an objective fact with great uncertainty in the magnitude of the temperature increase. Worldwide observational data indicate that the global average temperature has increased during the last century. In addition to rising temperatures, evidence of global warming also includes the global increase in the average sea level, widespread snow and ice melt, and changes in plant phenology. However, this still has large uncertainties in the magnitude of the global temperature rise.

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