By Rosalind Krauss
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Sounds pretty small, doesn’t it? However, the impact of just that 1 degree is enormous. And the temperature is rising faster than ever before. Many scientists fear that global warming may eliminate Arctic regions, including the tundra, forever. Shorter winters and longer summers will mean more melting of snow cover and melting deeper into the permafrost. Plants will die, animal migrating patterns will change, and the tundra biome as we know it could be gone. The overall effect that global warming will have on the tundra is still uncertain.
Biodiversity: the range of living things in an ecosystem. biome: a large natural area with a distinctive climate, geology, and set of water resources. A biome’s plants and animals are adapted for life there. blubber: a thick layer of fat beneath the skin that provides insulation for carbon dioxide: a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming and climate change. carbon footprint: the direct effect an individual’s actions and lifestyle have on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide emissions, which contribute to global warming.
Blubber: a thick layer of fat beneath the skin that provides insulation for carbon dioxide: a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming and climate change. carbon footprint: the direct effect an individual’s actions and lifestyle have on the environment in terms of carbon dioxide emissions, which contribute to global warming. carnivore: an animal that eats only other animals. climate: average weather patterns in an area over a period of many years. climate change: a change in the world’s weather and climate.