Climate Change Patterns and Trends
The effects of global warming are best looked at through patterns and trends. These trends can be seen in the graphs below, based on them we can prdict what the future will be like and compare it to past data to see just how far climate change is taking the world.

-As Co2 increases so does surface temp.
-Temp rise of nearly 1 degree Celsius already, could rise another 1-4 degrees in next century.
-Co2 increase is cause by people, development, and industries; anything that release co2 mainly by cause of burning fossil fuels

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-Through out past thousands of years Co2 levels have risen and fallen but now is reaching new levels.

-Levels that change many things, water levels, species life, the world itself

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-Trend shows greater income resulting in higher energy use (Energy made from burning fossil fuels).
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-U.S. has highest Co2 emissions.

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-Warming ocean temps.

-Result in rise of sea level, coral bleaching, loss of sea ice, and stronger hurricanes.
-Rise in sea level causes many countries to loose land under water.

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-Increase in named storms over past 95 years in north Atlantic. (above equator)


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