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Informative Synthesis on Global Warming
2007

Abstract
Global warming’s a severe concern that is plaguing our environments and communities. Global warming occurred when the rise in the average temperature of both the Earths atmosphere along with the oceans. Since early 20th century the Earth’s temperature has continued to raise giving merit to the beliefs that global warming warrens concern. Jiansong (2011) believed tropical storms became worse over the years and global warming has become such an issue become such an issue it needs to be combated. Miller (2012) preformed experiments to measure the change in the earth’s tempters over the years. Venkataramanan (2011) believed that global warming led to an increase of disasters like hurricanes, droughts and floods; Sherman (2010) believes global warming was a severe problem. Sherman (2010) people must first look at the global temperature change, secondly people must observe the climatic changes, and lastly people need to forecast the weather trends to get a better understanding of what global warming really is and how we can improve our surroundings. Jiansong (2011), Miller (2012), Venkataramanan (2011), and Sherman (2010) discussed the global temperature changes. Keywords: global warming, climatic changes

An Informative Synthesis of Global Warming
Global warming’s a severe concern that is plaguing our environments and communities. Global warming occurred when the rise in the average temperature of both the Earths atmosphere along with the oceans. Since early 20th century the Earths temperature has continued to raise giving merit to the beliefs that global warming warrens concern. Jiansong (2011) believed tropical storms became worse over the years and global warming has become such an issue become such an issue it needs to be combated. Miller (2012) preformed experiments to measure the change in the earth’s tempters over the years. Venkataramanan (2011) believed that global warming led to an increase of disasters like hurricanes, droughts and floods; Sherman (2010) believes global warming was a severe problem. Sherman (2010) people must first look at the global temperature change, secondly people must observe the climatic changes, and lastly people need to forecast the weather trends to get a better understanding of what global warming really is and how we can improve our surroundings. Jiansong (2011), Miller (2012), Venkataramanan (2011), and Sherman (2010) discussed the global temperature changes. Sherman (2010) discussed the temperature changes over the years and explained the supporting data. Sherman (2010) stated global atmospheric temperatures rose at an average rate of 0.06◦C per decade” (Sherman, 2010, p.1014). To get a better understanding of temperature “first estimate the current rate of global atmospheric temperature change over the last thirty years to use as our baseline condition” (Sherman, 2010). Next he stated “this data is used to simulate seven temperature futures through the end of the twenty-first century and to estimate how long it might be before those trends become statistically distinct from the current trend” (Sherman, 2010). Not only did Sherman 2010) talk about atmospheric temperature change ;Venkataramanan (2011) agreed on some points but found different results then Sherman (2010) however stated the “Earth’s surface has risen by a little less than 1 degree Celsius or 1.3 degrees Fahrenheit” (Venkataramanan, 2011, p.226). The two authors agreed on how to find future atmospheric temperature they disagreed slightly on what the current average rate of increase was per decade. Venkataramanan (2011) examined the causes and effects of global warming like heat waves, floods, and droughts stating that “the climate change would increase the number of people suffering from death, disease and injury from heat waves, floods, storms and droughts” (Venkataramanan, 2011, p.226). Jiansong (2012)...
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