Study Shows Visible Effects of U.S. Climate Change
Scientists reported that scarce water supplies in dry regions, torrential rains in increasingly wet regions, heat waves causing worse wildfires and forests dying from heat-loving insects are all visible effects of human-induced climate change. So far, average warming of less than 2 degrees Fahrenheit has been experienced across the country in the last century. If green house gases like carbon dioxide continue to increase, scientists predict warming could exceed 10 degrees in the century to come.
By Jordan Moses
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