Adams, Missy
April 2006
Time;4/3/2006, Vol. 167 Issue 14, p38
This article presents various diagrams of the negative effects of global warming and how they interrelate. Included are charts on rising sea-levels and carbon dioxide emissions, rates of polar ice melts and the effects on earth's absorption of larger amounts of sunlight, and a steady rate of climbing temperatures.


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