From transportation to cooking on a grill, human activities often impact the surrounding atmosphere. When burning fossil fuels or wood, the combustion results in carbon dioxide molecules being released into the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide emissions from human activities have contributed to notable changes in Earth's environment and atmosphere. In great quantities, CO2 acts as a … Continue reading The Carbon Footprint
Future Frogmen’s Glimpse of Our Ocean Conference - 2017 On October 5-6, 2017 the fourth Our Ocean Conference convened in Malta. The European Union (EU) hosted political leaders and some business leaders from more than 100 countries around the world, and announced new and continuing pledges to address ocean related matters. These were in synch … Continue reading Future Frogmen’s Glimpse of Our Ocean Conference – 2017
Previously there had been news about part of an ice sheet splitting off — the size of Delaware. Just a few weeks ago, the unimaginable happened, and the large, broken off iceberg is a sign for change. The Larsen C ice shelf is located in Antarctica, and has shown potential for splitting in recent months. … Continue reading The Larsen C Ice Sheet is Breaking Up
Climate change has affected many different species all over the globe. One of the more dramatic and publicly acknowledged cases is the polar bears. As the earth continues to warm the polar icecaps, the bears home, melts. With less and less ice the bears are forced to swim longer distances for necessary resources. This added … Continue reading Will Polar Bears Sink or Swim?
The Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets are melting. Over the past few years, there have been reports of sections of ice sheets breaking off in both of the poles. However, currently there is an even more massive, quickly expanding crack within the Antarctic ice sheet. In an article on EcoWatch, Dan Zukowski explains how, “The breach is … Continue reading Melting Ice Sheets and Rising Sea Levels
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