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Lately, Global warming has become a very hot issue, also the impact between Global warming and Canada is fast becoming a popular topic. There are so many things have been changed in the Canadian arctic that cause by the global warming, and this report will focus on the three major issues about how global warming is affecting the Canadian arctic. The first issue the report will discuss the average temperature increase in the Canadian arctic. The second one is about the melting of the ice glaciers and shelf. The last one the report will talk about how global warming is affecting polar bears in the Canadian arctic.

In recent years, global warming is actually affecting the temperature of Canadian arctic. If there is one degree Celsius increased in the equator, there would be 12 degrees Celsius increased in the south and north poles. Canadian scientists discovered high average temperatures these years, with the Canadian arctic being particularly hard hit by abnormal heat and declining sea ice. The graphic shows the average temperature in Canadian arctic has already up more than 1 degree Celsius through 140 years, also the Scientists expect that the temperatures in Canadian arctic could rise by as much as 5-10 degrees Celsius over the next century if we don’t have any methods to stop it. This warming could cause some serious problems for Canada. Increased temperatures, the panel says, will lead to sea-level rises and a likely increase in flooding. And that’s how global warming is affecting the average temperature increase in Canadian arctic.

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The ice of Canadian arctic is melting, believed to have been caused by global warming. A researcher at the Colorado Center said that Canadian Arctic ice was melting at a far quicker rate than anticipated. The melting has caused coastal ice in parts of Canada to become quite brittle. That ice easily breaks away in large chunks and melts in the open ocean. It could affect shipping and overall sea levels as more icebergs calf into the sea. As ice has melted and floated into the open Ocean, The previous record sea level for Arctic sea was recorded ...

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