During the summer this glacier melts so much that a stream of water constantly flows through the Hooker valley.
Global warming can do more than just melt polar ice and change weather patterns throughout the world.
It can change our maps, displace people from tropical islands and cities, and cause famine.
The most noticeable change of the average global climate is the increase in temperatures with values of approximately 0.750C.
This increase in average global temperatures has occurred within the last one century starting from 1906.
The climatologist made this comment during an experiment during which she found an area under experiment having dropped by about one foot due to melting.
There are a number of other negative effects of global warming.
Global warming effects are no longer a prediction of what is to come.
They are real, and we are experiencing them on a global scale.
There is no debate within the scientific community.
The scientific evidence of the global warming is clear.