One Degree of Warming Having Major Impact, Study Finds

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 14, 2008   View Article

Human-induced climate warming is already having a dramatic effect on Earth’s plumbing, plants, and animals, according to an exhaustive analysis of data from around the world.

The report’s individual findings are familiar and widely cited, such as cannibalistic polar bears, melting glaciers, and earlier-blooming plants.

But this is the first time the data have been compiled in a single study and directly linked to human activity, the report authors say.

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