Published: Tue, May 09, 2017
Science | By Hubert Green

US vows commitment to Arctic climate change research

US vows commitment to Arctic climate change research

The latest evaluation of the Arctic sea reveals the ice melted by half in the last three decades and it would be nearly free of sea ice by 2040, and no ice by 2070, rising the sea level and submerging many island regions on Earth.

The new research claims the Arctic sea had been thawing at a rapid pace over the past three decades, causing a drop of more than 50 per cent in the ice.

Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme have conducted an evaluation in which 90 scientists were involved. The Arctic ice floats.

Concerning the world's newest religion, global warming, it seems that 0.8 percent of an average degree change in 150 years alarms some. Also, a significant fall in the snow cover in the Arctic regions has been witnessed, according to the report. The efforts for reducing the greenhouse gas emissions could be helpful in justifying the impacts of the climatic changes of the Arctic region as well as the rest regions of the world.

Melting of the Arctic ice has a direct correlation with the rising incidence of droughts, floods and heatwaves.

Explaining Desch's theory, Perkins wrote, "Ice is a good insulator, says Steven Desch, a planetary scientist at Arizona State University in Tempe". This also results in the rise in sea level, which affects the coastal cities. Miles annually. Reports from NASA clarifies that the sea ice loss was more than double in comparison to both the periods. AS per the scientist, this scheme would be quite helpful in reducing the rising global temperature.

If you build one million of construction annually, the project will be implemented over 10 years will require investments of not less than $50 billion. the mill can cause changes in ocean currents and weather changes, however, this idea is now considered the best option.

According to Desch, the thicker ice in the Arctic would trap more heat and this could help in cutting down the global temperature.

Not only the places near the Arctic Ocean should take action but it's an alarming threat to the whole world.

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