on 15th Mar 07, 17:28:08 said:
What effects of climate change are we likely to see within the next 50 years?
on 16th May 07, 16:26:08 replied:
large scale outbreaks of pleasant weather across the UK.
infestations of surprisingly mild winters.
on 24th Aug 07, 17:01:25 replied:
A negative effect would be the increase in storms due to the
rising temperatures in sea water which will trigger hurricanes.
Also,incredibly hot summers. It's alright for those who live in the
South or close to the equator, but observing how the heat wave in
2003 affected the Europeans, it will be dangerous for them and
countries in the northern hemisphere. A positive one would be
warmer winters and a more comfortable habitat for many of the
on 10th Sep 07, 10:34:09 replied:
Patterns of migration and distribution of wildlife will be
changed as ice melts in places that used to be frozen and the
winter season enters a little bit later in the year and departs a
little bit earlier. Global warming causes species shift:
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on 2nd Jun 11, 09:38:10 replied:
To quote from the 2009 NIPCC report:
"Air temperature variability almost always decreases when
mean air temperature rises, be it in cases of temperature
change over tens of thousands of years or over mere decades,
or even between individual cooler and warmer years when
different ENSO states are considered.
The claim that global warming will lead to
more extremes of climate and weather, including
more extremes of temperature itself, is not supported
by real-world data."