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News about global warming - is no longer a sensation. According to the calculations of climatologists, the last touches today about 70% of our planet, and the temperature of the upper layers of the ocean now 1 and 3 ° C higher than in the XX century and it continues to grow. Due to the increase in temperature melting glaciers; It is increasing the acidity of water that now makes most representatives of various food chains to change their familiar surroundings; significantly deteriorated coral reefs. And the people is also a concern! With an increase in temperature on Earth increases the risk of bacteria that pose a threat to life.
Reid Glacier, Alaska (1899 and 2003)
Average Eyes to track long-term changes is almost impossible, but in the photos before and after the whole process of change appears in his terrifying inevitability. Here, for example, the national park "Glacier" in Montana, USA. In the century of the 150 glaciers by 2010 there remained only 37, and only a few now have an area of km2. There is a probability that by the 2020-2030 year will melt, and they are. The melting of glaciers is one of the most powerful effects of climate change that can drastically change a particular ecosystem.
So for three years I changed Glacier Bear in Kenya (2002 and 2005)
Another example: in Antarctica for 13 years appeared around 8000 blue freshwater lakes. All this - the melt water, the result is the same melting glaciers. The growth of these lakes are also directly related to the increase in the overall temperature of the planet.
These are just two examples of consequences of global warming, but in fact there are hundreds, if not thousands. "My Planet" publishes the most vivid pictures that say that is slowly but surely changing the face of our planet - and not for the better.
There is a possibility that the Denali in Alaska will disappear in 85 years, a national park (1919 and 2004)
Melting glaciers national park "Glacier", USA (1936 and 2014)
Bleached corals are dead Samoa (December 2014 and August 2015)
Beneaped Lake Oroville and harbor Bidwell, California (2011 and 2014)
Bridge "Enterprise" (July 2011 and August 2014)
A significant lowering of the water level in the harbor Bidwell and deforestation (July 2011 and August 2014)
The melting of the ice caps in the mountains of Greenland (1935 and 2013)
Now Isberg Lake in the national park "Glacier", USA (1940 and 2008). Perhaps 2030 is melted everything else
The melting of glaciers in western Antarctica (February 1975 and March 2015)
Muir Glacier and Bay, Alaska (1880 and 2005)
Gradual withering away, or, in other words, whitewashed the Great Barrier Reef (2004 and 2014)
Pedersen Glacier, Alaska (1930 and 2005)
Dry lake Poopó, Bolivia (April 2013 and January 2016)
Reduction of the ice caps on Ellesmere Island, Canada (July 2004 and August 2015)
The appearance of new islands in the Red Sea (October 2007 and December 2011's)
Melting glacier Corey-Calis (July 1978 and July 2011's)
Glacier McCarthy on for 100 years, Alaska is almost completely melted (July 1909 and 2004)
The same happens with the Muir Glacier, Alaska (August 1941 and August 2004)
Largest glacier in northwest Alaska disappeared in 2005 (1940 and 2005)
Massive portion gradually break off from the glacier, the Pine Island in the Antarctic (October and November 2013)