Earth's average global surface temperature is increasing. It has risen about 1ºF in the last century, and is expected to go up another 3 -11ºF in the next 100 years. This climate change has been dubbed "Global Warming". Although the magnitude of warming may seem insignificant, many natural processes have been profoundly affected. For example, a number of changes in the water cycle have been documented, and many more are under investigation. Global warming intensifies the movement of water through the cycle, because many of the processes involved are temperature-dependent
Apr 19th, 2015
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