Climate changes


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Work about climate changes by students in 2nd D

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Climate changes

  1. 1. • The meteorological conditions, including temperature, precipitation, and wind, that characteristically prevail in a particular region
  2. 2. • Abundant precipitation. • High temperature • Raising of the sea level
  3. 3. Health Water resources Agriculture Areas of coastline Forest Species and natural areas
  4. 4. Climate changes, as extreme changes in temperature, have a direct impact on human health: Maximum high, an increase in heat days and heat waves cause a higher mortality rate due to stress, especially among the elder people who need of care . Health is also indirectly threatened by changes concerning the dissemination of pathogens, pollutants and allergens.
  5. 5. • Water supplies • Water quality • Racing for water
  6. 6. • Yield of crops • Need of water for irrigation
  7. 7. • Beach erosion • Flooding of coastal land • Additional costs for the protection of coastal communities
  8. 8. • Composition of the forest • Geographical extent of forests • Health and productivity of forests
  9. 9. • Disappearance of habitats and species • Melting of glaciers