Potential effects of global warming This article discusses the effects of global warming. For information on the subject generally, see Global warming. There are many potential effects of global warming than hypothetically affect the environment and human life as the theories of global warming. The main one is the gradual increase in average temperature. From this, there are a number of different effects such as rising sea levels, changes in agricultural ecosystems, expansion of tropical diseases, increased intensity of natural phenomena. Some of these phenomena will be producing today, but it is difficult to determine a direct relationship to global warming. The extent and type of these consequences is a matter of high political controversy and details, an issue of scientific uncertainty. A summary of possible effects can be found in the report of the IPCC Working Group II.

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