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Polar Ice Caps Melting and Smoke Belching

Posted 26 November 2011 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

When you look at the issue of  polar ice caps melting, it might seem that smoke belching from fossil fuels is not even closely related to thre ice melting. Scientists studying global warming, however, would highly disagree. In the early stages of our planet, the only type of air pollution that affected the atmosphere was volcano […]

Polar Ice Caps Melting and Issues on Global Warming

Posted 26 November 2011 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

When you add ice to a drink, you sould notice that some of the drink is displaced. Now multiply that to a larger scale. Imagine the water of the earth, being displaced by the ice in the North and South Pole. Imagine the polar ice caps melting bit by bit and breaking into ice bergs. If an […]

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The Effects of Polar Ice Caps Melting

Posted 25 November 2011 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

The issue of polar ice caps melting is becoming a major issue. This is because the researches have shown that the rate of the melting of the ice caps is going on at an alarming rate. The effects of the ice caps melting are also going to be tremendous. They will not only affect the […]

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Two Effects of Polar Ice Caps Melting

Posted 25 November 2011 | By | Categories: Global warming, Polar Ice Cap Melting | No Comments

What are the Effects of Polar Ice Caps Melting? This world is ever changing. So many things have changed including nature. One of the changes in nature that is talked about is polar ice caps melting in the Arctic regions. With the ice caps melting at an alarming rate serious environmental effects could happen. It […]