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Global Warming

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  • 1. What is Global Warming
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  • 3. Effects Of Global Warming V&'§= "5:. RZl7iK! l*G
  • 4. v ~- . .‘- of Global warmi - 'lRfi(‘h1TXwnperaunT ' Sea LeVell{me ' Nhne ExUenm§uea1her' lessened Snour C hunvased Evaporafion Cover
  • 5. June 2oo2 . July 2005
  • 6. Global Warming 7‘ Effects on
  • 7. ‘ S cientis ts discovered that Global Warming is forcing trees and plants around the world to move toward polar regions and up mountain slopes.
  • 8. ‘Plants are moving toward cooler areas due to the changing climate and those animals that depend on these plants willbe forced to I’I’1OV€ .
  • 9. ‘But the development and other barriers may block the migration ofboth plants and animals.
  • 10. ‘And some species and communities such as polar bears and alpine meadows may be left withoutany remaining viable habitat.
  • 11. - The End — iiE% l*’1‘1-. <«'111.1lin11 . lgillx h up : //’w1'w.1nife n g td . c n