Global warming is an important and popular subject across global communities and in a wide array of literature. Global weather patterns are becoming more violent with an increase in the number of catastrophic events. The fundamental concepts of climate are strongly related to the natural freezers on planet Earth. Global warming affects Earth’s natural ice freezers. The warming climate in the Arctic and Antarctic regions are causing an increase in the melting of glaciers, which in turn generates a rise in ocean levels. The rising water levels are causing major regional problems in coastal areas and more importantly they are further accelerating global warming and extreme weather effects. This paper examines the long-term warming of the Arctic and Antarctic regions and the long-term rising water levels in the oceans, in addition to making predictions of these trends for the upcoming decades.
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