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Oceans, the thaw time - Victims of climate change — Steemit

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Today, we want to talk about a subject that concerns all of us "De-icing of the oceans".

A few hours ago the NASA informed about the detachment of one of the icebergs largest in history a fragment of ice that has 5,800 kilometers of surface, an announcement that has caused surprise and shock in public opinion.

In spite of this gigantic event or open any increase in the level of the sea, the reason is that the ice block original already floated on the water, therefore, the fact that breaks into smaller pieces will not cause this effect.

However ecological changes are occurring at a speed "unprecedented" and have led to the decline of large and small species, as well as changes in the distribution and the behavior of the marine mammals and fish.

The oceans absorb approximately 40 per cent of the emissions of greenhouse gases, i.e. are some of the main victims of our destructive actions, our pollution daily and our lack of action.

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Global warming is real and the hand of man is a determining factor that contributes to climate change and is that despite the fact that the de-icing is a natural event, the hand of man itself is a crucial factor for the detachment of the ice and the deterioration of the glaciers.

The increase in the level of the Sea represents a serious risk for a large part of the world population living in coastal areas.

Future projections on sea level rise threaten the existence of man...

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